Category Archive: Programming

Apr 20

Making a Flappy Bird game @RRIS

This afternoon the Digital Leaders made their own Flappy Bird games with the help of the code.org website.  They worked through the activities and felt confident at the end to have a go themselves.  They were able to change many variables like the icon for the player (Superman, Batman or the Easter Bunny for example), …

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Apr 17

Lunchtime Code Club has started @RRIS

The DL’s and Helpers were excited as our new Code Club started on Tuesday lunchtimes.  We used the website Code.org and started off at the beginning on course 1.  Everyone worked at their own speed but picked it up very quickly and were soon whizzing through the activities.  Everyone is looking forward to coming back next …

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Jun 26

The New Nightzookeeper Website

The Nightzookeeper asked us Brunswick Digital Leaders to review the new website. “We love the creativity of the new site!” said Elidir from Year 2. “I like having the opportunity to create my own animals and use my imagination.” exclaimed Henry from Year 3. Leo explained ” I enjoyed making new animals that you might …

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Jun 26

Brunswick Digital Leaders present at Kent IT14 Conference

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On Thursday 11th of June Brunswick DL’s went to IT14 conference. We did a presentation on what digital leaders rolls are in the school and I had to talk about the application and interview process. It lasted for 40 minutes but we stayed there for the whole day and also got a delicious cooked lunch. …

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Nov 07

Teacher training 7th November Joel @BHP

Yesterday most of the digital leaders at Brunswick House ran a training session. They taught the teachers how to use a range of programming software. I did training on Hopscotch which is a programming app that you can download on i-Pad. I taught four teachers called Miss Jones, Mrs, Bayne, Mrs payne  and Miss Chapman. …

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Nov 07

Training the teachers! Dillon @BHP

Yesterday, we trained the teachers for the third  time! Firstly I taught Mrs Gilmour then I taught Mrs Bayne.  I taught them how to make extraordinary patterns and shapes on Scratch 2.0 (the new online version). Both of them didn’t really get it, especially Mrs Bayne! What they found most difficult was understanding about the repeat function. The only thing …

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