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Hello and welcome to the blog. This was originally set up as a temporary blog to see if the system works and whether we can use it within school, but it has become so popular with the children that it is now a permanent fixture in our class!

We use it to display our work and write our own thoughts, feelings and comments about what we have done at school.

The first photos published were from our visit to Gibraltar Point back in 2008. We all had a great time and even the weather stayed fine!

Please feel free to comment on the photos and your time on the visit but please DO NOT leave your email addresses or your surnames with your comments.

Also, these photos belong to the blog owner and must not be downloaded, copied or uploaded onto other social networking sites (Facebook etc). They are for school use only.

Thanks a lot and enjoy!

Mr S

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Making Movies 2

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Making Movies 2
24th May 2012, 11:14   comments (2)

Editing our videos.

Using Apple Macs to edit our videos. On a tight time schedule
24th May 2012, 11:11   comments (1)

Making Movies 1

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A great session making films to advertise the National Media Museum.
24th May 2012, 11:06   comments (0)

All quiet on the A1. On our way to the National Media Museum in Bradford.

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24th May 2012, 07:18   comments (2)

Investigating material properties.

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Investigating the transparency of different materials in Science.
18th May 2012, 08:37   comments (3)

Games based learning!

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A new toy for the class!
25th Mar 2012, 13:15   comments (3)

National Takeover Day

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Our Headteachers for the day and our Literacy teachers in action.
11th Nov 2011, 11:43   comments (28)

Finding out what we know about film making.

We used TASC to gather and organise what we know about film making.
4th Nov 2011, 05:02   comments (10)