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Last week heralded the first Bradford EYFS ICT Roadshow held at TICK, Keighley. The whole remit of the show was for Bradford EYFS practicioners to demonstrate how they are using a range of ICT assessment systems to track EYFS pupils … Continue reading
As part of the Bradford ICT scheme of work pupils should get the chance to create animations. Simple on screen ones in key stage one, progressing to stop motion animation in key stage two. This has always been a tricky … Continue reading
What an exciting morning Mark and I have had. We have been looking through your Challenge 3 entries. They are fab-u-lous. We hope that you enjoyed the challenge. You certainly found some fantastic bargains and some special offers that were … Continue reading
Greengates Primary School have always been ready to embrace technology to enhance the learning experiences of their children. One of their latest developments has been the use of Skype to enable year one to participate in a question and answer session with … Continue reading
It was great to see so many of you at the Science Co-ordinators meeting last week and thank you for your contributions. As promised please find links to the resources used during the meeting. Successful science Primary Co-ordinators Meeting 13th Nov … Continue reading
Here are the most up to date League tables after 2 challenges. If you have added an entry to dropbox but you have no points for it in your league tables please let one of us know.
Challenge 3 has today been released. It has a seasonal theme that we hope you will all enjoy. Challenge 2 entries are marked and your results will be posted here shortly. Well done so far. Happy challenging! Philipa Varley
Teachmeet Bradford SEN from Innovation centres on Vimeo. Teachmeet SEN on PhotoPeach The latest Teachmeet in the Bradford area took place at Greengates Primary School on Wednesday the 24th of October. For those people not in the know a teachmeet is … Continue reading
We have both been impressed in the interesting ways that pupils have used their shape vocabulary and have related it to the real world. Here are the tables as they stand at the moment!