Aiden has been teaching the Digital Leaders some interesting code which he has explored independently during Digital Leader sessions using Kodu.
This year in Digital Leaders we have been playing a game called Kodu. It is a fun game where you can program different things to do things .All digital leaders have found this game fun and would recomend this game to children all around the world. On youtube , you can research different things and will give you ideas on what it's about and what yo can do on it. Kodu is such a fun game because you can create all sorts of things such as funny coloured land, different objects, different coloured objects and many more. You can play on it at home, in school and in your garden. Sometimes the internet connection might not work so we have had to be patient. We really hope to inspire other children to try it because it is really fun! Our digital leader club is run by Mr C. We find it very fun and wish everyone luck in trying Kodu out for themselves!
In digital leaders we played a game called Kodu. It's where we make a world like mine craft but we had to code a rover or a plant. All digital have found this fun and it is urging them to play it at home ! It is very imaginative and a great game to play .All digital leaders should be proud of them selfs
We have a new (some old members) team that have taken on the role of Digital Leader. This is a very responsible role as it involves looking after out ICT equipment, distributing iPads to classes every day, maintaining and cleaning our ICT equipment, writing blogs about different programmes and games, and in the Summer term, our Digital Leaders will run a computing club for children in KS2. We have a lot to learn but are really keen to maximise our role! Keep a look out on our blog to learn about what we are getting up to!
This is a great website that teaches you all about keeping safe on the internet!
For this year's Computer Science Education Week, our school took part in an Hour of Code. This is a global initiative to get as many people to complete at least 1 hour of coding. Many celebrities take part including Barack Obahma and the prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau (who kicked off the event this year). Pupils across the year groups took part in coding activities based on popular themes such as Star Wars and Minecraft. Here is a quick video of the pupils in action: