As part of their class topic, children in Nursery class used the iPad to turn themselves into different people that help them! Can you tell who is who! …
In Computing lessons, pupils in Nursery class have been making their own animated version of the Christmas story using the iPad app Explain Everything. Please let them know what you think of it by leaving a comment…
Our Digital Leader’s have been showing Mr Fernandes how to create cool photos using a green background and the Green Screen DoInk app (look out for him out next to Christiano Ronaldo)! Which is your favourite image?
Last term, a few of our Digital Leader’s worked with pupils and teachers in Year 2 to show them how to make movie trailers using the iPad app iMovie. This is one called the ‘The Princesses Adventure.’ I think it’s absolutely fantastic! What do you think?
In Computing, pupils in Reception class have been learning about algorithms. An algorithm is a set of instructions for carrying out a task. After coming up with an algorithm for helping Mr Edmondson to make a cup of tea, they then made their own instructional videos to explain and show others how best to brush their teeth. Please have a watch and let them know what you think! Questions to think about…
Q1: Is the algorithm in the correct sequence (order)?
Q2: Are the instructions clear and detailed?
Q3: What different time connectives did the children use?
Pupils in Reception class have been working with Digital Leaders Keanu and Sahara to create their own musical compositions using the iPad app Garageband.
Which is your favourite a why?
Hassan and Darcy:
Amelie and Amelia:
Igor and Isabelle:
Karvelle and Hassan:
Lena and Szymon:
Maya and Olga:
Zofia and Amber:
Pupils in Reception class have been making their own stop motion animation for Computing this half term. They used the iPad app ‘I Can Animate’ to make this fantastic animation. They filmed it in front of the ‘Green Screen’ (a green piece of paper) so that they could then add in background images using the Green Screen DoInk app. Have a watch and please let them know what you think – Merry Christmas!