Hi, this video is from a few years ago and a few things may be different. I’ll make a new one as soon as possible and swap them. However, I just wanted to show you what comes next. Thanks
As you hopefully know, the competition has been extended. Below is the prise for the best entry. It’s a BBC microbit and inventors kit!!! A microbit is basically a pocket sized PC that you can code on and the kit, that comes with it, helps you do lots of exciting projects and experiments. You can use a micro USB or Bluetooth to connect it to other devises too.
As Charlie and Raphy created a wonderful, historical documentary – I want them to help me make a movie. And what’s so good about that? Well, we will use a new 360º camera that we have recently bought! I can’t wait. We can create fantastic 360º videos that can be viewed on an iPad or VR head set!!!
So, get creating!
I think lots of you will insert the Y2s image quickly – so here’s the next part of the project. Good luck.
Here is a video, from quite a few years ago now, to show the style of game you will be creating. We were very impressed with your programming skills with the Rain Forest game you all created last year – so, I can’t wait to see the Y2s playing the game that you created especially for them. The first part of the coding project is on the video below it. Remember there are lots of tutorials on the Scratch MIT website and hundreds of instructional videos on YouTube if you want to improve your coding skills.
So far we have received one fantastic entry (thanks Charlie and Raphy – an excellent historical presentation using a green screen), so make sure you get your entries in as soon as possible. See the information below if you want to create a mini project or enter one you have already created. Please save them in the ‘Work for the Blog’ folder in the Google Drive and let me know you’ve put them in there.
As it was digital learning day last term, we’ve decided to have competition. It can be absolutely anything – a keynote, Scratch game, iMovie, PowerPoint, Prezi… anything. And what’s more, it can be about anything you want; technology, dogs, space, football, ballet… anything. The due date will be after Easter and there will be a small prize. Good luck!!!
Here’s a lovely short video to celebrate World Storytelling Day. Thanks Ms Palacios, nice editing skills! Also,
And here’s Apolline’s entry to a 100 word competition. Well done Apolline. We’ll have to record your 500 word challenge story too!
Do any of you have a short story that you’d like to share with us all?
Teachers, generally, absolutely love wandering around a library that is full to the brim with a wonderful array of books… Just imagine the history, facts, maps, ancient documents, stories, tales of happiness and sadness… contained within the thousands upon thousands of books, carefully contained and looked after, within the walls of the library…
Well, a little challenge for you is to go into a library – have a walk around, look through some books, even become a member. It’s my challenge too, as I’m ashamed to say I’ve never been into the main library in Valencia city!
I am definitely going to the main library in the centre of the city (click here for link), but you could go to any library – there may even be a local one near to where you live…
Explore, investigate, read, enjoy the surroundings – AND then take a selfie or photo of you doing something in the library! Please post it to the ‘Work for the Blog’ folder in Google Drive or print them out if you prefer.
Have a fabulous holiday !
Do you ever think about the amount of rubbish we create each and every day? I know I do. Especially the amount of plastic that finds it’s way into the oceans.
After listening to Ms Robleh and Nacho’s amazing ‘Earth Hour’ assembly to the Y5s on Friday, I truly feel we should all start to reduce our impact on our wonderful planet as much as possible. Below is a clip from the fantastic BBC series ‘Blue Planet 2’. It breaks my heart to see the whale trying to eat a plastic bucket – thinking it’s food!
Lots of you had some wonderful ideas about how we can reduce the amount of materials and resources we waste. Think about all the excellent ideas in the assembly and share some of them on here. It all starts with one person… you. If it grows and grows it can become millions or even billions of people – and then we can really have a positive impact.