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Channel migrants: Kurdish-Iranian family died after boat sank

Relatives are "desperate" for news of the youngest child, a baby, after a boat bound for the UK sank.

(28/10/2020 @ 16:25)

Covid-19: 'Too early to say' what Christmas rules will be says minister

Environment Secretary George Eustice says people "may not be able to get together in larger groups".

(28/10/2020 @ 12:58)

Covid-19: Nottinghamshire tier 3 to feature 9pm alcohol rule

Alcohol cannot be sold after 9pm in shops under tier three rules, and various businesses must shut.

(28/10/2020 @ 16:37)

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to face new trial in Iran court on Monday

The British-Iranian, on house arrest in Iran on a five-year sentence, is told she may be sent back to jail.

(28/10/2020 @ 16:19)

Essex lorry deaths: PC saw 'trailer full' of half-naked bodies

A police officer recalls finding the 39 migrants in the back of a lorry trailer motionless.

(28/10/2020 @ 13:16)

Manchester Arena Inquiry: Staff 'identify suspicious behaviour not ethnicity'

Salman Abedi's actions, not his ethnicity, should have caused concern, Manchester Arena Inquiry hears.

(28/10/2020 @ 14:25)

Mother and son found dead sitting on sofas in Bracknell

The bodies of June and Stephen Corfield were found after a housing officer called out a locksmith.

(28/10/2020 @ 14:41)

Marcus Rashford school meals petition passes 1m signatures

The England striker wants free lunches during holidays, but ministers say their measures are better.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:01)

Black men 'stopped and searched by Met over fist bump'

A review of the Met's use of stop-and-search powers finds "much room for improvement".

(28/10/2020 @ 10:57)

Tracey Emin reveals she has had cancer operation

The 57-year-old says a tumour was found in her bladder in the spring and she is now in remission.

(28/10/2020 @ 10:40)

Claire Parry death: PC Timothy Brehmer jailed for manslaughter

Timothy Brehmer and Claire Parry had a secret relationship for more than 10 years, his trial heard.

(28/10/2020 @ 10:22)

Wales lockdown: Shops, pubs and gyms to reopen after firebreak

Ministers are working on new set of national rules to come into effect on 9 November.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:15)

Covid in Scotland: 78 patients sent to care homes after testing positive

A report reveals 78 patients who had tested positive were sent to care homes in the early weeks of the pandemic.

(28/10/2020 @ 14:51)

Covid rules: Confusion as social clubs serve alcohol in tier 3 areas

A tier three loophole appears to leave social clubs able to serve alcohol without substantial meals.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:53)

Covid Christmas: Rapid tests could get students home

Covid testing pilot projects are launched in universities - as plans begin to get students home at Christmas.

(27/10/2020 @ 07:09)

Coronavirus: Inside Altnagelvin Hospital's battle with Covid-19

The BBC is given exclusive access to Altnagelvin Hospital in Londonderry, one of the busiest in the UK.

(28/10/2020 @ 02:22)

Covid-19: Nottinghamshire businesses prepare to close again

One landlord said he felt pubs had been blamed for a recent rise in Covid-19 infections.

(27/10/2020 @ 11:33)

More children in England missing school over Covid-19

The percentage of pupils in England's schools fell last week from 89% to 86%, statistics show.

(27/10/2020 @ 12:03)

Coronavirus: 'Bosses should be more open-minded about hiring disabled people'

Firms are reportedly hiring fewer disabled applicants amid concerns about supporting them properly.

(27/10/2020 @ 06:01)

School meals: The mum trying to feed her children through half-term week

A mum-of-two explains what life is really like when you rely on free school meals.

(26/10/2020 @ 13:10)

Coronavirus: People 'rediscovering books' as lockdown sales jump

The publisher Bloomsbury, best known for the Harry Potter titles, has seen profits rocket since March.

(27/10/2020 @ 07:27)

Supermarket staff: 'We feel unsafe when customers don't wear masks'

One shop worker tells us he wants to find a new job because of customers who don't wear masks.

(27/10/2020 @ 03:32)

Covid has thrived on racial discrimination, says Baroness Doreen Lawrence

Labour's review says ethnic minorities are "over-exposed" and have worse healthcare than white people.

(26/10/2020 @ 20:58)

Liverpool mayor would back Covid tier 4 in England

Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson would support such a move if it meant halting coronavirus's spread.

(26/10/2020 @ 21:06)

Covid: Can I go to the cinema with my family? And other questions

We answer some of your questions about the rapidly changing rules and restrictions in the UK.

(26/10/2020 @ 11:28)

How many migrant children cross the English Channel?

Two children died after a migrant boat sank on Tuesday - but how many make the perilous journey?

(28/10/2020 @ 10:40)

Leaving care: ‘I made it to university, but then I fell through the cracks'

Young care leaver Kim Emenike made it to university against the odds - then social services forgot about her.

(27/10/2020 @ 23:38)

Covid-19: 'I'll be hosting my Christmas over Zoom'

Some families are already making plans and getting ready for a "digital Christmas" this year.

(27/10/2020 @ 20:18)

Skin cancer: How do I check my moles for signs of melanoma?

Influencer Molly-Mae Hague, 21, is raising awareness about skin cancer among young people.

(27/10/2020 @ 20:02)

How KSI earned more than his teachers by playing Fifa

The YouTuber built a multi million-pound business empire from his bedroom. Now he's pursuing music.

(27/10/2020 @ 21:29)

Roy Francis: The black head coach who revolutionised rugby league

Roy Francis was a rugby revolutionary and the first black coach in elite British sport, yet his story has largely been forgotten.

(28/10/2020 @ 02:09)

Halloween and coronavirus: Can we go trick or treating?

Big parties and sharing sweets may be out, but that doesn't mean Halloween is cancelled altogether.

(27/10/2020 @ 09:34)

England Netball in New Zealand: 'We are here to take the Test series' - Laura Malcolm

As England prepare to face world champions New Zealand in Hamilton, BBC Sport speaks to co-captain Laura Malcolm on how they have navigated "challenging" preparations.

(27/10/2020 @ 08:00)

Pride of Britain Award winner: 'Life after abuse does exist'

Rebecca Beattie won an award at the 2020 Pride of Britain awards for her ethical clothing company.

(27/10/2020 @ 11:49)

Hurricane Epsilon: Surfers tackle 20ft waves in Cornwall

Strong winds and low pressure created 'extremely dangerous' conditions off the coast of Cornwall.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:30)

Yorkshire tiers: 'People want to travel to less restrictions'

If you live in Yorkshire you could be living under any one of the UK's three Covid alert levels.

(28/10/2020 @ 13:51)

Danny and Dani Dyer launch new podcast to solve your problems

The father and daughter spoke to the BBC's Colin Paterson about their new podcast.

(27/10/2020 @ 20:32)

Mum, Dad, money and me

Many people find talking about money awkward, particularly with their parents - so how do their views differ?

(27/10/2020 @ 20:01)

Black History Month: ‘People are afraid to say the wrong thing'

Pioneering black women in the arts talk about diversity and their struggles to get to the top.

(27/10/2020 @ 20:04)

Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson's loss after brother's Covid death

Joe Anderson spoke to BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin after his eldest brother's death in October.

(26/10/2020 @ 20:08)

Coronavirus: Man leaves Wythenshawe Hospital after 209 days

Esse Khanzadeh, 59, said he wanted to say a "huge thank you" to NHS staff who "saved my life basically".

(28/10/2020 @ 13:01)

Covid 19: NI records youngest death related to coronavirus

The male, who was 19 or younger, was one of nine people who died with Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.

(28/10/2020 @ 14:34)

Covid in Wales: How many deaths have there been?

First Minister Mark Drakeford says the deaths are the "highest number in more than six months".

(28/10/2020 @ 12:43)

Delivery driver turns on St Ives's Christmas lights

St Ives's Christmas lights have been turned on early to cheer people up.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:48)

Dernière mise à jour : 28/10/2020 @ 10:49


Réforme Bac 2021
- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - épreuves terminales du baccalauréat

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - évaluations communes en classe de  1ere si la spécialité est abandonnée

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: Evaluations communes LVA / LVB, cycle terminal, lycée général et technologique

 - BO n° 30 du 23 juillet 2020: AMC: programmes de la classe de 1ère et Tle

- BO n° 21 du 21 mai 2020: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de Tle

- BO Spécial n° 2 du 13 février 2020: Epreuve du "Grand oral"

- BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019  LLCER- : programme de la classe de Tle. 

-  BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de 1ère (2019-2020/2020-2021)

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.  LLCER : programme de la classe de 1ère

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019. LVA/LVB: programmes des classes de  2nde, 1ere, Tle

- E3C: banque nationale de sujets

- Eduscol: Ressources d'accompagnement  LLCER
(nov. 2019)

- Eduscol: Ressources pour l' ETLV

- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.

- Vers le BAC 2021": outils et ressources pour la mise en œuvre; textes de référence; présentation de la réforme du baccalauréat." - Eduscol.

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