It’s Safer Internet Day! In Amazon, when we have done PSHE, we have already looked at staying safe when using different devices that can access the internet.Read More
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Together for a better internetRead More
Foundation staff are excited to share a new learning app with parents and families starting on Saturday 26th January. The app will be delivered straight to parents’ mobile phones and then after watching the video, parents can play the game with their children as many times as they like. The games are designed to support the development of language, concentration, bonding and resilience. We are looking forward to hearing how families get on!
Play Like Share follows the adventures of Alfie, Ellie and Sam.Read More
Grace was the winner of the Credit Union Christmas Card competition.Read More
How would you tackle a problem that at first looked way to hard?Read More
The children have been planning, designing and creating a Christmas theme platform game.Read More
The children are learning to compose short pieces of musicRead More
Year 6 pupils begin a digital presentation project.Read More
Today the children used the Beebot app on an iPad to practice writing programs.Read More
The children have been searching an online animal encyclopedia for information about amazing creatures.Read More
The children have been learning to use the mouse!Read More
We have been creating a list of instructions (a program) for a Beebot to follow.Read More
Finding the right information on the web can be more difficult than it looks. Year 4 have been learning how to searching safely using ‘Kiddle’.
Kiddle is a kid safe visual search engine. It returns results for each query with safe sites and pages written specifically for kids, handpicked and checked by Kiddle editors. Kiddle also has a safe image and video search, as well as an online encyclopedia - Kpedia.
Year 4 are searching information connected to their topic ‘water’. For example today they search for information and videos about glaciers and the water cycle. They understand the dangers you may come across on a web-page, even ones written for children. Pupils can recognise and avoid clicking advertisements, social media and email links.
Why not take a look at Kiddle yourself and encourage any junior digital researchers you know, to use Kiddle to search the web safely.
Year 3 are learning how to use a computer to search for information.Read More
Year 3 can use the Purple Mash tool ‘2question’ to create branching databases.Read More
Mississippi class watched a video clip from the Literacy Shed called The Lighthouse.Read More
Pupils in Year 6 use the computer to product portraits of Dracula in the style of George Seurat - Pointllism.Read More
Year 3 are learning to use and create branching databases using Purple Mash '2Question'.Read More
Inspired by the work of Georges Seurat we worked hard to create our own digital images.Read More