A new host of famous faces will be inspiring CBBC viewers with their take on their favourite subjects for Celebrity Supply Teacher.
Celebrities such as Gemma Collins, Kimberley Walsh, Bobby Berk, Courtney Act and Bruno Tonioli are set to take part, with Julie Hesmondhalgh providing the voiceover.
The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins will showcase her entrepreneurial flair and give a business studies lesson, sharing advice on how to come up with a killer business idea, plus the best way to create a brand that will stand out.
YouTube inventor Colin Furze gives viewers a look into his one of a kind shed that houses all of his creations, and during his engineering lesson, he will reveal how to make ingenious inventions from scratch.
In the language department, Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli will teach Italian and Radio 1 DJ Vick Hope will teach French.
Tonioli will arm viewers with helpful Italian phrases and Hope will reveal the way that language changed her life and helped her get her big break.
Repair Shop star Jay Blades will turn his hand to history and geography, talking about two of his heroes Claudia Jones and Dr Harold Moody, who impacted his community, along with Emmerdale actor James Moore and Neighbour star Alan Fletcher.
Moore will discuss the history of disability and Fletcher looks as the animals who populate the indigenous Australian culture.
Former Girls Aloud member and West End star Kimberley Walsh will show off her vocal range, offering techniques on how to sing one of her favourite songs from The Greatest Showman.
Learn how to paint the perfect portrait with flamboyant interior designer and keen artist Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Queer Eye member Bobby Berk will give tips on how to makeover a small space.
Sarah Gordy, best known for acting in The A Word, will take on a drama class with advice on how to beat nerves and US actor and voice artist Jacob Hopkins will demonstrate the best way to use your voice effectively.
Celebrity chef and environmental campaigner, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall highlights the importance of recycling and the damage single use plastics cause to the environment, while next door ex-science teacher and comedian Shazia Mirza will unveil the world of acids and alkalis.
Drag queen Courtney Act has created a lesson about kindness and acceptance and rugby pro Gareth Thomas will put everyone through their paces in a unique PE lesson.
Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox will open up about how she maintains her success on the track and the nutrition required for an athlete to remain in peak condition.
Khadijah Mellah is a jockey who won a major horse race at just 19 and she will demonstrate how to ride and look after a horse.
Tackling a core subject, journalist and BBC Europe Editor, Katya Adler, will take on an English lesson, teaching people the importance of news journalism and the pitfalls of fake news.
Celebrity Supply Teacher will begin airing from 16 November.