Using the student logins at the front of their planners you will be able access a wide range of programming and coding resources for Computing.
2Code: in this area there are a series of differentiated challenges for students that will enable them to develop their coding skills. All students should be familiar with this area from their lessons in school. They progress in level of difficulty from Chimp to Gibbon.
2Type: This area will enable students to practice their touch typing skills and gradually become more confident in their typing.
2DIY: This area has a number of simple and easily explained Games and Activities that enable students engage in logical thinking.
Online Safety: There are a range of activities that students can look and work through that help them to develop further understanding of being safe whilst working, communicating and playing online.
Use the grid page to draw a map. Follow the instructions page and use plenty of symbols from the sheets you learned about earlier. Use the right colors and add symbols to the map and the key. Good luck
Think back to when we investigated historical evidence (the things people leave behind). This is an introduction into the job of an Archaeologist. An archaeologist is a person who helps us find out how people used to live. They do this by digging up places of historical interest and recording what they find. From that they are able to tell what happened in a place hundreds and sometimes thousands of years ago.
Who will be king? In 1066 King Edward died without making it clear who should be king after him. Many men tried to claim the throne, but it came down to the two strongest men in Europe at that time: Harold Godwinson and William, Duke of Normandy.
In this video clip, we look in greater detail at all the men who thought they should be King of England after King Edward died.