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 Elizabeth and I were asked to do a tutorial for Scratch. Scratch is a program and the aim is to give instructions to a Sprite. You can do anything from a simple left-right try-out to a completely playable game! This tutorial will teach you the basics to becoming a Scratch Genius!

By Emily M and Elizabeth A-D

Take a look at our Daisy the Dinosaur power point. We had to make a presentation (power point etc.) to show to a few members of staff to introduce an app that we think is suited and could be used in different classes! Daisy was especially a year R to year 2 or 3 coding app, as it is an easier version than Scratch.    By Katie

Daisy the Dinosaur Staff Tutorial

A big thank you to all of my Computer Clubbers last year.  I hope you enjoyed it and learnt some new skills in the process.no

 

The club time of Wednesday after school for terms 1 and 2 for 2015-16 will be for Digital Leaders.  Computer club for other years will commence in term 3.

 

Mrs Lansdell

Year 5 and the Digital Leaders have been busy, coding, programming robots and filming stop motion videos.

Year 5 and the Digital Leaders have been busy, coding, programming robots and filming stop motion videos. 1
Year 5 and the Digital Leaders have been busy, coding, programming robots and filming stop motion videos. 2
Year 5 and the Digital Leaders have been busy, coding, programming robots and filming stop motion videos. 3

Pupils from classes 3 and 4 have been creating their own lines of code on:

 

https://uk.code.org/learn

 

Scroll down to Tutorials for Beginners and write your very own computer program!  If you manage all 20 puzzles you may be able to gain a certificate!

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