Google Classrooms

<edit 18/01/2015> So, I can’t help but wonder if Google have been reading my blog – I think that all of the issues I had with Google Classroom have now been corrected in the October update </edit> About two or three years ago I managed to persuade our network manager to set us up withContinue reading “Google Classrooms”

Museum of London Computing/History Consultation Evening

On Wednesday evening I visited the Museum of London after seeing an advert in my weekly CAS email offering a £40 amazon voucher to spend two hours looking at a new educational resource. They specifically requested history and/or computing teachers and were hoping for a range of both primary and secondary teachers. From what IContinue reading “Museum of London Computing/History Consultation Evening”


So, with the start of the new term, I’ve been able to try out some of the resources I’ve mentioned with the children I teach. I’ll start with ActiveLit, the text based adventure writing programme I discovered via Twitter. Using the game I’d created over the summer, I set the Year 6 children the taskContinue reading “Testing…testing…1…2…3”