You can make professional-looking videos (at least watermark-free ones if you upgrade) to make engaging content for your lessons, or for whole-school projects, such as for your website or internal school screens. Introducing digital leaders to my school earlier in the year - I managed to knock this video out in a few minutes (what do you mean you can tell?!). A different way of trying to engage the Y6s, rather than a traditional go-to Slides/PowerPoint effort:
Beautiful animations in your classroom
Don't be put off by the slant towards business users in Biteable - there's bound to be a type of video to fit your needs in the classroom. You can choose between Explainer, Advertising, Presentation, Intro or Slideshow.
There are loads of templates to view, including some nifty stop-motion effect videos, with some great plasticine text effects, as one example:
There are probably lots of how-to videos out there explaining how to use Biteable, but you probably won't need them - just dive in and give it a go. You can choose music, colour scheme and animation layout before the video is rendered for you. Once created you can share the video online or download it should you wish.
Simple sign-in with Google (if you're a GSuite/GAFE school I guess) is a bonus too. Happy video creating!