Angry Bird Coding!

In Year 1, we have been getting to grips with computers. We have been learning some basic things we need to know, like how to turn computers on and off properly. We have been practising our skills, using the keyboard and mouse (double-clicking can be really tricky!). Now, we are learning some really advanced things – we are programming Angry Bird to catch the Green Pig!

Watch us code!

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Virtual Reality with Google Expeditions

Yesterday, children from Year 1 to Year 6 were lucky to be visited by Flora from Google Expeditions. Flora took us on virtual journeys across the globe, under water and even through time!
The children wore cardboard headsets with lens and small mobile tablet which enabled them to engage in their learning in an immersive and fun way with this incredible emerging technology.

‘Scratch’ing shapes and beyond

In Year 4 we have been programming shapes using an amazing online program called Scratch. We gave instructions for the Scratch cat to draw simple shapes and then repeat them to create some beautiful patterns.

We found we could tell the Scratch cat to change the colour or shade for each instruction ‘loop’. Look what we achieved.

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Digital Comic Coding

We had great fun today manipulating HTML code to produce our own amazing comics.

We learned how to copy people, move them around using x and y co-ordinates, change colours, text and so much more. There just isn’t enough time in a lesson!

Have a look at our amazing coding skills.

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Keep Calm and Carry On Coding

In Year 6 we have continued our adventures in HTML web coding by reworking the classic KEEP CALM and CARRY ON poster with a theme of our choice.

We changed text, colours and even imported our own images to give our work our own personal flavour.

Have a look at what our genius, digital graphic artists have achieved!

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