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Technology School Sorting

27.1 KB

A starter activity to introduce the technologies that are used in school. Choose which items use technology and which don’t.

Secondary

From P6

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Technology Home Sorting

31.4 KB

A starter activity to introduce the technologies that are used in the home. Choose which items use technology and which don’t.

Secondary

From P6

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
Automatic Light Sequence

458 KB

Use this PowerPoint to consolidate learning about the sequence that automatic lights follow.

Any age

From P7

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Technology CCTV

1.81 MB

A starter activity to identify and provide information about a technology (CCTV) that the pupils are going to search for and learn about. This could be adapted for a wide range of technologies.

Secondary

From P6

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
Games Links

171 KB

Game Review  

46.6 KB

Game Review Simple

41 KB

Game Planning Sheet

147 KB

Support materials for pupils who are using ‘2Do It Yourself’ to create computer games.  These could also be used for a playing games topic.

Secondary

From P5

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Dress a Figure

178 KB

Pick a figure then choose and drag and drop their clothes to dress them.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School London
Robots Games Intro

19 MB

Robot Games Printables

87 KB

Robot Games Information

94 KB

Use the PowerPoints to introduce a series of ‘unplugged’ lessons on controlling a robot.  See the Word document for information and print the pdf to get visuals to help with the commands.

Any age

From P7

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School London
Robots  left
and right
2 MB
An additional resource for Robot Games, a PowerPoint to reinforce the concept of ‘backwards’ and ‘forwards’.

Any age

From P7

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School London
Robots backwards
and forwards
2 MB
An additional resource for Robot Games, a PowerPoint to reinforce the concept of turning ‘left’ and ‘right’.

Any age

From P7

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School London

 

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