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123ICT Create an E-Book Competition

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123ICT Create an E-Book Competition

E Book ImageAs World Book Day 2014 is organised for the 6th of March, we thought it would be good if our competition for term three was to create an e-book which the children could perhaps share within school during any literacy events that you may have planned to coincide with World Book Day. In ...

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123 ICT Christmas Card Competition Winning Entries

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Lydia - Y2Lydia - Y2 - Websize123 ICT Christmas Card Competition Winning Entries Announcement!  Thank you to all of the many schools that took part in our recent design a digital Christmas card competition and for sending in your wonderful submissions. Once again, we were delighted that the standard of all ...

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Learn to Write Code with code.org

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CODE ImageCode.org is a great website where teachers can find out how to go about teaching Computer Science to their children and the pupils can in turn discover the basic concepts of Computer Science and learn how to write code with drag and drop programming. The site, although designed to target schools in the USA, is well thought out, child friendly ...

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Scratch for Young Learners

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ScratchCat-SmallWe have promoted Scratch, the brilliant free software that gives children a fantastic introduction to computer programming, before on these pages. Scratch for Young Learners (a resource for teaching Scratch to 5 – 8 year olds) is a recently introduced and very useful teaching resource that will help to teach younger children how to use the software.

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123ICT E-Safety Screensaver Competition Prize Winners

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Websize - Page 1 - BillyThank you to all the schools that took part in our recent design an e-safety screensaver competition and for sending in your fabulous submissions. The standard of all entries was really high, which, although a pleasure, made it very hard to judge. Our congratulations must go to  Stonesfield Primary School, who were the winners, and to Burford Primary School, the runners-up in the competition.

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