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How can photos be changed on the computer, and how can that affect our feelings about the way we look?



Internet Safety Day- February 2020

On Internet Safety day, we explored the idea of making the internet a better place.  We begun by considering what is  meant by our online identity.  We then completed our 'Who am I online?' identify wheels. 


We really enjoyed becoming a boss deciding from a pool of applicants who we should give a job to based on their online activities and online identity.  It made us realise that what we do online can be there forever and can have an impact on us in the future.  We discussed the statement- 'Being 'free to be me' online means that I can do or say whatever I feel like'.  This statement ignited a healthy debate in our class.


We enjoyed completing our #Free to be posters.  Here were some of our ideas......

To make the internet a better place we are #Free to be..........




Treated fairly

Treated kindly



In our Digital Literacy lessons, we explored what SPAM is.  We discussed what to do if we receive an unwanted email or an email from someone we don't know or recognise.  We also know some of the ways in which we might be enticed to click on or download links, such as fake taglines like 'You've won a prize!'.
We have been learning all about the importance of having a strong password when using different apps/programmes online.  We found out some top tips for creating a strong password and created a strong and weak example password for the Queen.  We then tested out how strong our passwords were with an online checker.  

Our planning ideas for our own app using the skills we have learned from our Coding work.....


Creating our own app on the iPads.

Peter won the award for most creative coder at our extra-curricular club, Jam Coding.  Well done Peter!!
Purple Mash stickman animation....


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Year 5 began developing their Coding skills by learning to write code, which could program the speed of an object. We then worked on how to program buttons to increase or decrease the speed of the car and to bring it to a stop. Next, we worked on using variables to control the direction and speed of a car within a game. We used all our new learning to design and create our own simple driving game.

Year 6 worked on using variables in their code in more complex ways.  They were able to use variables to make an area calculator.

We used a search engine to research the gestation period of different animals for our Science lesson.
We used Digimaps, a digital mapping service, to plot land use in Chorley.