Curriculum

Free on-line maths resources and games

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Anyone wishing to set maths games for homework on the run up to the SATs may  find this set of links useful. Between these four sites there are hundreds of games in each aspect of maths for all early years and primary school ages.

Crickweb

The Crickweb website is home to over two hundred free interactive teaching resources for primary ...

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Digital Storytelling – free guides

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The Cover of Digital Story Telling - a free e-book

Silvia Tolisano is an expert on digital storytelling and is the author of an excellent free ebook on that subject. How-To-Guide – Digital Storytelling – Tools for Educators is a 120 page guide to using digital storytelling tools in the classroom.

It is available from www.lulu.com however, when I went to get the ...

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Pop Art!

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The Year 6 pupils at Stonesfield Primary School have just completed their pop art designs. Inspired by the work of Andy Warhol they used the tools within RM Colour Magic to transform an iconic person of the 21st Century. Can you guess who they are?

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Pivot Gymnastics!

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We like to celebrate some of the curriculum work we do in Oxfordshire primary schools. Stonesfield Primary School have a particular focus on developing animation skills in the KS2 curriculum.

Pivot is an excellent piece of freeware for pupils to start on and below is some Y4 examples where pupils were asked to focus on the movement of the Pivot characters.

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E-safety and cyberbullying | Vital

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E-safety and cyberbullying | Vital.

An e-safety report, research carried out in  January 2012.

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