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After our walk to the woods earlier in the week, we have been researchingĀ minibeasts in class. We have been working in small groups to find out interesting facts and information on the iPads. Did you know there are 18000 species of butterflies? S (More)
missgoodenough wrote: Computing in Year 5!
Grasshoppers spent their afternoon using a Robotic arm, Micro:bit and Raspberry pi on Wednesday 29th March. Ask us all about it! (More)
Mr Clayton wrote: Computing Mad!
Badgers have had an exciting lesson learning about HTML codes. We have used a tool called 'X Ray Goggles' to change parts of the hidden codes on the blog!   What did you enjoy most? (More)
woodpeckers wrote: Safer Internet Day
Woodpeckers had an interesting day in February finding out about the risks of putting images on the internet. Mr Bacon brought in his photo album and showed us some photos of himself from years ago. He then shut the album and pointed out that h (More)
foxes wrote: We are bug fixers
Key vocabulary Dividend- the total amount Divisor- the number you are dividing by Look at the script. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/13550313 How does the program work? Test the program. Does Scratch always give the right answer when t (More)
Miss Roberts wrote: We are bug fixers!
http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/13550313 This programme is designed to solve division problems for you. How do you think it works? Does Scratch always give the right answer when the divisor goes in exactly? What about when (More)
Mr Clayton wrote: Safer Internet Day!
Last term in Badgers we celebrated 'Safer Internet Day.' We looked sharing pictures and what happened to them once they are put online. The children then created top tips for sharing pictures safely online. What did you learnt from the lesson? (More)
Miss Roberts wrote: We are Bug Fixers!
Play the ping pong game. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/11932263     Do you notice anything odd? Study the script to see how the game works. Which block has the bug? Can you correct the bug? (More)
Look at this Ping Pong game. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/11932263 Do you notice anything odd? Look at the script. How does the game work? Which block has the bug? Can you correct the bug? (More)