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under: Computing, e-safety

Goodbye!

Posted by: | September 7, 2015 | No Comment |

The children from Y6b have now moved on to their new schools!

To follow this year’s Y6b, please visit

under: Uncategorized

Rocket Car Videos

Posted by: | July 2, 2015 | No Comment |

Here is an example of one of the rocket car videos that you made with Miss Davenport.

under: Computing, ICT, Science, topic

End of Year Production

Posted by: | June 30, 2015 | No Comment |

Hello!

The lyrics and links to some videos are under the production tab.

It is password protected. The password is the name of the place where the wizard comes from. Don’t forget the capital letter (it is a proper noun).

Enjoy!

under: drama

Ghyll Head!

Posted by: | May 28, 2015 | 1 Comment |

Next week, we will be at Ghyll Head!

Right now, you might be thinking about packing your things and making sure that you have everything that you will need.

If you have lost your kit list, there is one on the Ghyll Head website here.

under: Trips

Good luck, everyone!

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under: English, literacy

Revision Websites

Posted by: | April 24, 2015 | 1 Comment |

Hi!

I have put some links on the right which will take you to the BBC Bitesize revision site.
There, you will find lots of fun games which will help you to practise reading, maths and SPaG.

Have fun!

under: English, general chat, homework, literacy, maths, numeracy

Questionaut

Posted by: | March 27, 2015 | No Comment |

Here is a link to the game which I showed you today. Enjoy!

under: English, general chat, literacy, maths, numeracy

The day the bomb fell…

Posted by: | March 26, 2015 | 6 Comments |

As part of our literacy work, we have been looking at war and conflicts.
Recently, we have been talking about the atomic bombs which were dropped on Japan in 1945.

Today, you all wrote a Haiku about the subject. Here they all are:

under: English, literacy

Scratch Maths Games

Posted by: | March 25, 2015 | 7 Comments |

Here are some of the maths games that we have been making in computing lessons.

We have been working on:

+ programming and debugging algorithms
+ creating variables
+ adding challenge, scoring systems and entertaining elements to games

under: Computing, ICT, maths, numeracy
under: English, literacy

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