As part of our Computing Week, Apple Nursery have been enjoying learning how to ‘code’ by giving instructions to Beebots to make them move in different directions.
For the second and last week, Larch had Mrs Jordan from Watford Schools Trust to teach them about the miracles Jesus performed! We learnt about the calming of the sea and made our own boat with the different weather types. Have a look at how much fun we had making them!
Elm class are becoming reading detectives in class! When they have read a book they need to pick a pack of questions to answer. The questions develop the children’s comprehension of books and their ability to interpret and think more in depth about the stories and texts they are reading. 😊
As part of internet safety week, we looked at and disussed the importance of passwords. We figured out which passwords were poor and how to improve them. We learnt that you should use uppercase and lowercase letters, as well as numbers in your passwords. We designed posters to help people to chose a safe password.
The children are working out the missing whole and part models using cuisenaire rods. “I can see there is a part missing”. Cracking work Elm class! 😊
On Tuesday and Wednesday, Oak class completed activities linked to Internet Safety day. They answered a quiz and brainstormed the best responses in role play. They considered a range of role play scenarios such as nasty texts on a mobile or unknowable friend requests on an online game.
Today Oak class have demonstrated amazing computer skills: They completed a poster warning about the dangers of electricity; completed a power point about Viking lifestyles; and experimented with creating a maze on purple mash.
Well done Oak class. You were computing champions.