After recent headlines surrounding the risks of child exploitation via a range of new online live streaming apps I decided to do a quick video for parents on how they can keep their child that little bit more safer online. Follow the top tips to be more confident when it comes to protecting your childContinue reading “Top tips for parents. Keeping your child safe online.”
This is a great free app to engage children across the key stages in particular KS1. Using one of the avatar templates record the introduction or main task of your lesson and AirPlay the video to the class during the input. If you don’t have AirServer (each PC liecence is around £7.99) or Lonely screenContinue reading “Hook your kids into maths using Tellagami free App”
This pupil-led unit is a really exciting, new and engaging way to teach persuasive writing and non-fiction letter writing units. We used Apple Clips and the Green screen effect to link our persuasive writing to a video that we shared with companies buying a selling plastic straws. Video link Overview: this 2-3 week writing unitContinue reading “Persuasive writing and technology”
We used this video created by CEOP to make our younger children aware of some problems when playing online. An important video to watch for parents too.
Here are some tips tips using our SMART code when gaming online. This video was planned, filmed and edited entirely by the children. I think they did a great job! What do you think?
We looked at popular trends using Google Analytics and decided to publish a ‘Would you rather?’ blog. The kids came up with the questions. As we know the questions can be a little odd! Enjoy!
Here’s how you can get prepared for the big numbers that will crop up in those pesky SATs papers.
In this video we focus on reading and ordering the hundreds of thousands using a place value grid.
In this video we focus on going below 0 and ordering numbers.
Here is our first video for 2 min maths. We tried to get it in to two minutes but ran over a little. Parents seem to like to idea. We are planning to cover areas like adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying next. Watch this space…