Mar 31

Learning How to Use iMovie @RRIS

We spent the afternoon sharing what we knew about how to use and make an iMovie.  We took pictures, added music and a title then watched each other’s.  Next time we are going to learn about transitions and using video.  We all really enjoyed ourselves.

Mar 27

Our Playground @RRIS

Hello Quadblog friends. You asked what our playground was like – have a look!

We also had a special assembly today about our recycling project – we have been collecting milk bottle lids to recycle,  have a look and see how we got on!

We are really enjoying the extra visitors we have received this week and look forward to your comments, thank you very much.

Mar 25

Quadblogging Questions @RRIS

Thank you so much for all those fantastic questions and comments – here are our answers. We are looking forward to some more! There were still a few outtakes today – but we are really enjoying ourselves.

Mar 24

Welcome Quadbloggers @RRIS

Good morning and welcome to our blog, we hope that you enjoy finding out about us and if there is anything you would like to know, please ask!

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We had not made a video before and had to do several ‘takes’ to get it right!  We can’t wait to make another video tomorrow.

Mar 21

Bangkok Digital Leaders Plan Scratch Day with MIT

The Primary Digital Leaders have been busy in their Friday ECA. Their first client was the American university, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), who asked them to help plan Scratch Day on Friday 16th May. Scratch is a free educational programming language that was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT. Scratch is designed to be fun, educational and easy to learn. It has the tools for creating interactive stories, games, art, simulations and more.

Read More at, Patana News

Mar 20

Quadblogging Assembly @RRIS

After asking lots of questions to the Canadian school we were pleased to share the answers with all the assembly children.  We were very surprised to find that they eat something called poutine (which we had never heard of) and weren’t sure whether we would like chips mixed with gravy and cheese!  We then went on to look at the Scottish school blog and watched their wonderful videos.  We had some discussion time and came up with some questions which we typed onto their blog during assembly.  We are looking forward to finding out the answers.

Here is poutine!

Here is poutine!

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