It’s been another busy week at the CLC as our new workshop; ‘Patterns, Shape and Form in Rocks and Soil‘ continues to rock the world (pun intended). This week it was the turn of year 3 from Sunnyhill Primary to explore minerals under the microscope. Meanwhile Jessop Primary got to grips with local geography before taking a trip to Kenya courtesy of Google in ‘Mapping IT Out‘, St Andrew’s Primary uncovered the secrets of the internet in ‘Networks and the Internet‘, Barnes primary pupils tested their Maths Knowledge and we rounded the week off with Sunnyhill yr 5 learning to be safe and responsible online in ‘E-safety Interactive’
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Elsewhere in the borough CLC film-maker Emma Sullivan was helping A-level media students at Archbishop Tension up their camera skills, Joe was on the road delivering E-Safety assemblies and the tech team were working on a brand new iPad image for some of our tech services schools.
On Monday evening Sarah and Blossom headed to Julian’s Primary to help teachers refresh their class blogs – lots of great ideas generated by an very enthusiastic staff.
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Louise and Sarah ran the first of two Computing Assessment and Moderation sessions on Thursday – exploring what progression looks like across year groups and phases.
We had some lovely visitors towards the end of the week, Alan O’Donohoe @ popped in for a chat about all things Edtech – bringing with him lots of great ideas and lots of very yummy cake! The following morning FROG Education came to CLC to give us a demo of their platform. We really like the look of their new curriculum manager tool: http://www.frogeducation.com/info/curriculum-manager-download