Our first computing lesson of the year was on e-Safety. We thought about how our identity is seen online and how we can create an avatar to keep ourselves safe.
This week in home learning Year 2 learned about the artist Pied Mondrian. They looked at some examples of his artwork and used what they had learned about his style to create their own artwork. The artwork was created using a variety of tools in 2Paint.
Year 4 explored the concept of how to be safe online by revealing only the information that they want to reveal. They then designed and created thier own Avatar to represent their online identity. Can you guess who these Avatars represent? #freetobeme
Over the past few weeks Year 1 have been using their computing lessons to create their own e-books. The children have created their own images, animated them and added sounds. Along with this they have added text to accompany their stories. All this has been created using Purple Mash the…
Year 1 have been working hard at being able to log on independently using their usernames and passwords. Today’s session definitely showed how well they are progressing at this. We enjoyed playing maths games on Purple Mash. Remember to log on to TT Rockstars at…
What an amazing turnout of costumes for the launch of T T Rockstars. Year 2 had great fun taking part in rock star dances and playing their air guitars. They even had time to log on to the app during a computing session. I wonder who will be the ‘most improved’ and ‘most practised’ each…
Today Year 2 used the iPads to complete an interactive quiz about the facts they’ve learnt about the Great Fire of London. They instantly saw the results on the large interactive screen and were extremely pleased with how many questions they got right. Well done Year 2!
Year 2 designed their own creatures to appear in their chapter of The Night Zoo series. On Friday they used a Computing programme of their choice to illustrate their creature.
Year 4 have been creating exploding Volcanoes on 2 animate. They had to create a series of slides progressively showing a volcano exploding. They were then able to play an animation of the volcano explosion!
Today the Reception children used their knowledge of position and direction to help them program the BeeBots to travel along an activity mat. They had great fun exploring what BeeBot can do!
Today Year 3 enjoyed using Microsoft PowerPoint to create a presentation on ‘The History of Maps’. We learnt to insert slides, alter the background design, insert slide transitions and use custom animations to create different visual effects.
Year 2 have been using their computing skills to write a diary about the Great Fire of London just like Samuel Pepys did.