Helping eCadets at other schools

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  Last week some of our Cornist eCadet team visited Ysgol Esgob Morgan in St.Asaph. They prepared an eCadet assembly to share with the pupils so that children at the school could discover more about eCadets. The children at Esgob Morgan now have a chance to apply to be an eCadet and our eCadets are returning in a couple of weeks to … Read More

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Online Rules by Cornist eCadets

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We decided that our old online rules/acceptable use policy for KS2 needed changing to make it more child friendly. Our school rules are Ready, Respectful, Safe so we designed a set of online rules to link with these. We plan to visit classes next week to share the new rules and ask children in KS2 to complete a form on … Read More

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Digi Leaders sharing good practice

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Last week our Digi Leaders had a busy Friday afternoon with pupils and teachers from four local schools. They shared their knowledge of three useful apps so that the other pupils could take their learning back to schools and share with their teachers and friends. We plan to meet up again next term.

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Space in Minecraft!

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Last week we were lucky enough to have a visit from G2G Communities. They brought lots of equipment and gave us an opportunity to use our programming skills with Lego kit. We also used Minecraft to build rockets and blast off into space! This allowed us to learn about lots of different planets along the way.        

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School to School Collaboration

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This morning eCadets from Southdown visited us to work together on making a child friendly acceptable use policy. This is an agreement which children follow when they are using digital technology in school.            

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New eCadet incident form

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The eCadet team have made their incident log book digital using Google Forms! This way they can quickly see which social media sites or games are causing the most problems.  

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Google Expeditions

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This week we were lucky enough to have a visit from Google Expeditions. They came equipped with class sets of Google Cardboard headsets for us to use virtual reality to travel anywhere in the world! Year 5/6 explored a war ship and then visited Pearl Harbour. Meanwhile Year 3/4 took a trip to Egypt and then the Barrier Reef! What … Read More

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