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Parents’ Toolkit – BBC Bitesize

Parents' Toolkit - BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize provides support for learners aged 3 to 16+ across a wide range of school subjects. It also supports children and young people’s wellbeing and career choices. Bitesize also has hundreds of published lessons to help students across the UK with homeschooling.

Bitesize guides are written by teachers and subject experts and are mapped to follow the curricula of the UK. Secondary Bitesize follows exam board specifications for the main exam boards in the UK, including for GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 4, National 5 & Highers in Scotland, ensuring students are preparing for the right exams.


Parents' Toolkit

BBC Bitesize Parents' Toolkit is the place for mums, dads, carers, and the whole parenting community to find stories, expert advice and fun activities that will help you support your child in a changing world. Parents, we've got you.


Wellbeing - Wellbeing tips for parents to help you support a healthy, happy childhood.

Activities for the family - Fun, educational and inspirational activities to keep kids, teens and even parents entertained while you're at home.

Learning - Tips and advice to help you support your child's education. 

SATs and GCSEs - Guides to the tests, how to help motivate your child, how parents can help with exam stress

SEND - Activities, advice and personal stories about parenting and special educational needs and disabilities.

Starting Primary or Secondary School - Tips on the emotional and practical sides of transition.


Who is this aimed at?

Parents, Carers and all supporting children through their education years



This is an online resource.





How to get involved

Visit the website for interactive videos, games, quizzes and information. 

Or you can download the BBC Bitesize app.


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