Year 3 enjoyed learning how to use the Camera+ app this afternoon to shoot and edit digital photos. They then wrote a set instructions about how to use the app.
As part of their science topic on 'rocks and soils', Year 3 went to the National Mining Museum today where they went down into a real coal mine to learn about how it is formed and extracted.
Year 3 have enjoyed learning how to use the Book Creator app to make their own multimedia e-books about the Anglo-Saxons.
(These are *.epup files so you will need an app like the free iBooks app to read them.)
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Year 3 enjoyed taking part in a 'Hinduism experience' day today, in which they: learnt about the Hindu way of life, found out about the different Hindu Gods, dressed up in some traditional saris and took part in a mock-Hindu wedding ceremony. Can you spot the bindi on each child's forehead in the video?
Year 3 enjoyed learning how to scan and create their own Quick Response codes this afternoon using an app called QRafter:
Two of our KS2 classes were given road safety lessons today. Year 3 children learnt about how to cross the road safely in the morning, whilst Year 5 did a traffic survey in the afternoon to help them learn about the need to wear seat belts when in a car - they even had the chance to use a 'speed gun' to measure the speed of passing vehicles.
Year 3 enjoyed using the Tiny Tap app this afternoon to create their own games for their friends to play - first a maths calculations one, then a science one about rocks.
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