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.
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.
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
We were excited to give the pupils at Cornist Park the opportunity to participate in the Safer Internet Day app competition which was organised by Welsh Government and SWGfL. It was a great way for the pupils to share their eSafety knowledge in a creative way. The competition enhanced the development of pupils’ teamwork, problem solving and digital competency skills and … Read More
Last week four of the eCadets were given the opportunity of a lifetime, where we were invited to go to London and deliver a presentation in the Excel centre, where an international event was taking place. Bett is the world’s leading technology event celebrated in the UK. We took a two and a half hour train to Euston which … Read More
Your browser does not support iframes. By Rhys, Isaac and Dylan. This week Year 3/4 have been looking at how websites use persuasive techniques to try and persuade us to buy things. We then used Purple Mash to create a web page and tried to include some of the techniques used by real websites to sell our products.
On Monday the eCadets, Miss Williams, Mrs Thomas and our new eParent Rod Harding all got together and discussed using YouTube during lessons. We had a balanced debate and came up with pros and cons. After a lot of discussion we decided to trial having YouTube unblocked for a couple of months but only for KS2; then we will … Read More