Learning support from BBC ALBA

Titles such as Baile Mhuilinn, A’ Bhùth, Leugh le Linda, Aithne air Ainmhidhean and Saidheans Spòrsail will be screened in the daily CBeebies and CBBC ALBA schedule.

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A range of programmes to offer educational support during lockdown is being offered by BBC ALBA.

Titles such as Baile Mhuilinn, A’ Bhùth, Leugh le Linda, Aithne air Ainmhidhean and Saidheans Spòrsail will be screened in the daily CBeebies and CBBC ALBA schedule with all programmes being made available through iPlayer after transmission.

Additional programmes will also be made available within a learning collection on BBC ALBA’s iPlayer channel from January 11 through to April 2.

This will include primary content with a focus on maths, numeracy, literacy and history.  The collection will also include a range of Bitesize video content produced in Gaelic for primary maths, science, literacy and social studies.

Further learning resources for primary and secondary school children at National 5 and Higher is accessible through the Bitesize website, bbc.co.uk/bitesize with pre-school resources available through bbc.co.uk/cbeebiesalba, and CBeebies and CBBC ALBA content can also be found on BBC ALBA’s YouTube channel.