Links for Staff

Colomendy

Find out more about Kingswood Colomendy, the activities, accommodation, food, clothing list and much more by following the link below:

http://www.kingswood.co.uk/locations/colomendy/

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http://www.wordle.net/
This is a great way of producing word art from children’s written work, really easy to use and it great for displays.

 

 

picture-10https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network

The Guardian has started its own version of TES Resources, it’s only just starting off so there aren’t a massive amount yet but certainly one to watch and you might find some interesting resources/lesson ideas.

 

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If you are sick of just doing Power Point, try this free for schools presentation site it can produce great animated presentations that you can also save from the site.

 

picture-12http://inanimatealice.com/
This is a literacy interactive story-telling site that teachers can use with learners, pretty good.

 

picture-13http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/projects/kodu/
Fancy getting children to make their own Xbox games? Try this website, no programming required although you will need an Xbox or at least Xbox controllers.

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http://storybird.com/
This is a site that offers collaborative story-telling for children, there are even graphics included so children can make their own story books.

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http://edublogs.org/
Set up your own mini VLEs for each of your classes to upload work to, blog, communicate with other school, show work to parents etc… really easy and free!

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http://scratch.mit.edu/
This is an old one but still a goodie… Great for control, making games, directional language etc.


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The Standards Site

 

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QCA



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CAFOD

 

 

Listen to My Story – CSE Campaign
www.listentomystory.co.uk