The BBC also launched its own education package on Monday (20 Apr) across TV and online, called BBC Bitesize Daily.
The learning resource features a host of celebrities, including David Attenborough, Oti Mabuse and Danny Dyer, as well as lessons from 200 working teachers.
The education package provides three new lessons every week day, which include videos and activities, for primary, secondary and post-16 pupils.
OAK NATIONAL ACADEMY.
The Oak National Academy is a government-backed online learning platform that launched on Monday 20 April.
The new enterprise has been created by 40 teachers from some of the leading schools across England and is funded by the Department of Education.
The Academy provides access to 180 video lessons per week, for every year group from Reception through to Year 10.
The lessons span a broad range of subjects, including maths, art and languages, and feature a corresponding quiz and worksheet.
Each lesson lasts for one hour and the portal will provide the equivalent of three hours of lessons per day for primary students, and four hours per day for secondary.
This is an entirely free platform, it has been designed to be accessible on any device including mobile, and there are no sign-up or logins required.
Access is via https://www.thenational.academy/