Archive Month: June 2012

ICT Subject Leaders’ Conference 2012: What’s going on with ICT?

Things move so fast in technology and education. We run two ICT subject leaders’ conferences a year at Lambeth CLC and that just doesn’t seem often enough. Since last summer we’ve had Eric Schmidt’s Mctaggart speech, the Ofsted Report on ICT 2008-2011, the Royal Society’s Shut Down or Restart, Michael Gove’s BETT speech, the new […]

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Roald Dahl’s ‘The Witches’ at Lambeth CLC

In the last week of term 5 we had a visit from Christchurch Brixton Year 4, who had been reading Roald Dahl’s The Witches. They spent the day using ICT to bring this tale of a gruesome, supernatural, infanticide conspiracy to life. We asked the pupils to rotate between 3 activities: Using Green Screen to […]

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Look Carefully – USB Microscopes Resource for EYFS

We think USB Microscopes are a fantastic way to investigate the world and support Scientific Enquiry. We loan USB Microscopes to schools and found them to be extremely popular in the EYFS. Its important for us to share good practice with our loans, so we were delighted and extremely grateful when Matt Wright from Ethelred […]

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