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- 10/11/10--02:49: _Just what exactly a...
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- 09/08/18--04:28: _English Autumn 1
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- 09/08/18--04:56: _Maths – Autumn 1
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- 09/17/18--03:29: _Spain
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- 09/24/18--04:47: _PGL 22nd – 26th Oct...
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- 10/10/18--00:11: _Explorers
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- 11/05/18--08:36: _United Kingdom
- 11/05/18--08:41: _R.E.
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- 10/11/10--02:49: Just what exactly are Stock and Fiscal Adapters and do I need them?
- 10/11/10--08:13: SEO – What is it, do I need it and how do I get it?
- 11/10/10--02:20: eCommerce..can your business afford to be left behind?
- 05/04/12--04:50: Website security: Part 2
- 08/08/12--02:51: The Myths of Custom or Bespoke Software
- 09/08/18--04:28: English Autumn 1
- 09/08/18--04:50: Joseph Lancaster – History – Autumn 1
- 09/08/18--04:56: Maths – Autumn 1
- 09/08/18--05:01: Animals Including Humans – Science – Autumn 1
- 09/17/18--03:29: Spain
- 09/24/18--04:39: Crucial Crew – 18th September 2018
- 09/24/18--04:47: PGL 22nd – 26th October 2018
- 09/24/18--04:51: PGL 22nd – 26th October 2018
- 09/27/18--12:20: The British Museum – 27th September 2018
- 10/10/18--00:11: Explorers
- 10/25/18--23:44: British School Museum Visit
- 11/05/18--08:36: United Kingdom
- 11/05/18--08:41: R.E.
- 11/05/18--08:44: Antarctica – Autumn Term 2
I recently had a breakthrough whilst developing a Fiscal Adapter for a client, it was such that I felt quite proud of the accomplishment and wanted to shout about it. I was met with a round of blank stares and “well done but I have no idea what you’re talking about”, hence this article. First [...]
SEO – What is it? SEO (or Search Engine Optimisation) is the process by which you analyse and modify your website in order to drive relevant traffic to your site. A lot of people define it as basically enhancing your rankings in Google, this definition is not accurate, the key here is relevance. To enhance [...]
eCommerce, short for electronic commerce is the process used to distribute, buy, sell or market goods and services, and the transfer of funds on-line, through electronic communications or networks. Since 1994, when Jeff Bezos first launched Amazon.com from his own garage, businesses of all shapes and sizes (including Dell, eBay and Walmart) have expanded their [...]
Many companies now have a website that stores or collects their customers personal details and as has been highlighted by Sony recently, these details are often not as secure as you may think. As a business owner you are caught in the dilemma of not necessarily knowing (or needing to know) the details around how [...]
Website security When we transmit information across the internet, we send it in plain format, but with the right tools, it can be intercepted. Entering a username and password onto a website could also result in these (and any information returned from the site itself) being intercepted. To transmit the data securely, we use a [...]
We speak to various types of people regarding the provision of a custom software solution for their requirements, the first are those who know that there is absolutely nothing available to meet the requirements and thus they have to commission something; The most common after that are the people who purse their lips, inhale sharply [...]
This half term we will be learning about traditional tales, in particular Little Red Riding Hood. We will be writing setting descriptions of the forbidden forest, wanted posters for the big bad wolf and eventually writing our own versions of the story. Have you read any of the different versions below? What is different about […]
This term in history, we will be looking at someone of a local significance. We will be finding out about Joseph Lancaster who was responsible for a large part of an educational revolution in the 19th century. His methods of teaching used a monitor system which meant classes of up to 300 children could be […]
This half term in maths we will mainly be focusing on number magnitude and place value. In maths we love using the different manipulatives to support us visually with our learning. For example, Numicon, bead strings, bar modelling cubes, dienes and tens frames.
In science, we use an enquiry based approach. This half term, we will discovering how different animals grow, how our bodies change as we get older, how we can keep our bodies fit and healthy through diet and exercise and investigating for ourselves the relationship between height and age.
Our topic for the 1st part of the Autumn term is Spain. Not only are we learning about the country in our Geography lesson we are also using a Spanish themed stories and short films in our English lessons.
On Tuesday 18th September, Danes class attended Crucial Crew at the Bowes Lyon Centre in Stevenage. They learnt lots of important messages about how to make the right decisions and keep themselves safe. They had a fantastic morning and were delighted to come away with a goodie bag of items to remind them of some […]
Danes class are getting very excited about their trip to PGL. Check back here whilst we are away to read about what we have been up to!
Danes class are getting very excited about their trip to PGL later this half term. Check back here whilst we are away to read about what we have been up to!
Today as part of our work in history, Danes class visited the British Museum to explore the Ancient Egyptian galleries. We also enjoyed a workshop session ‘Decoding Ancient Egyptian Tomb Paintings’. During this session we first studied some tomb paintings and learnt that the images often represent places the deceased would like to visit in […]
We are going to be learning about some different explorers this half term. These include one of the first known explorers Ibn Battuta, Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. We can also become ‘jungle explorers’ in our fantastic role play area.
On Thursday 18th October, Orchard Class went to The British School Museum in Hitchin, to see the last surviving Joseph Lancaster classroom. We experienced a monitorial style lesson, handled artifacts, looked around the Headmaster’s house and took part in drill.
This half term we are going to be finding out all about the United Kingdom.
Our learning question for this half term is: What gift would I have given to Jesus if he had been born in my town? We will be learning about the Christmas Story over the lead up to Christmas.
This half term, our Geography learning and English work will all be related to the topic Antarctica. We will be learning about the location, what Antarctica is like, how animals survive there, the impact of tourism and how glaciers are formed. In English we will be looking at explanation texts and writing an explanation of […]