Calling all IT enthusiasts! On Wednesday the 3rd February, pupils from Year 7 to Year 9 are invited to come along to ICT1 at 1pm and share their IT skills. The plan is, that if you have a particular interest in an aspect of IT or technology and are happy to give a brief two […]
Year 8 have been working on creating a mobile app in the last couple of weeks. They worked in Google Appshed and created the app on a specific topic of interest. The app had to show, a landing page, hyperlinks, document links, a gallery and a map page. Students can download their app to their […]
The new term has started well in the Computing classroom. Year 7 are studying the concepts of programming and will be exploring Scratch, KODU and Python in the next few weeks. Year 8 have begun work on HTML and CSS and all seem to be enjoying the work as they are working well and with […]
Each student in Year 7 has been working hard at creating a diamond Jubilee collage in their ICT lessons. Take a look at some of their work.
Before our half term holiday, Year 8 History students have been working on 18th Century changes in France. Students were asked to produce short comic – like summaries of the key issues. Students really enjoy working with this application and as well as getting to grips with key issues of the time, they have fun […]
Year 7 took a short break from spreadsheets on Monday in order to produce work on Halloween. Students used Comic Life to produce some very informative, colourful and lively posters which were just a little bit scary!
Boys have started Scratch programming and have become engrossed and enthusiastic very quickly. Take a look at these photos; you can see intense concentration, absolute engagement and students dead keen to help each other. For me its quite blissful really, students are focussed, more often dead quiet and learning valuable skills. Students have created some initial basic projects […]
We’ve recentlycompleted work on various aspects of Tudor life. In previous lessons we had studied different types of beggars and thieves of this time. We looked a little more deeply at the “King” of thieves – Nicholas Jennings and created fake Facebook profiles for him. Click on this link to access the information students had to use for this project. […]
We've decided to put up examples of WAGOLL (What a good one looks like) of ICT on this blog. Many of our staff have their own blogs on this site, so please peruse our various blogs to see other good work examples.