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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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Computing

We are combining understanding in a range of subjects to create our own amazing virtual bedrooms. We are using a range of media and resources to do this and some of us have used software to create digital rooms!

Holly's Podcast makes use of amazing voices and sound effects!

Listen to Oliver's Podcast, which he really enjoyed making!

Poppy H's epic Podcast with live author interview, musical interludes and catchy slogans.

Poppy N's superbly produced Podcast with voices and a professional sounding jingle.

Isabelle's Lockdown Safety Podcast

Isaac's Key Worker Podcast interview

Rebecca gives us her second podcast where she edits her different recordings together to make a Podcast!

Rebecca has recorded an extremely clear and professionally produced jingle, with music and voice-over!

Listen to Poppy's radio jingle! A great example of a clear and catchy theme!

Rebecca has created this very authentic radio jingle using Audacity; such wonderful clarity in the voice over as well.

Isaac demonstrated great confidence when recording his performance of Reach, by S Club 7. He used the digital music software Audacity to make his recording and then he and his mum had to work out how to convert it to an mp3. So many skills!

Poppy N used the digital software Audacity to layer sounds on top of one another, to create a piece with lots of texture, She then converted the track to an mp3 for sending via email. So many computing skills used!

Cara used the digital music software 'Audacity' to record and 'mash up' some tracks she enjoys. She recorded them as a video.

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We have been developing our coding skills by designing and building mazes out of Lego. We have then programmed a Sphero to navigate through our mazes.

We have been learning about evaluating what makes a good website. We have looked about how to stay safe online and how we create digital footprints.

The SAS Squad led an assembly they had planned about how to stay safe online.

We used Kodu to create the biomes we were designing and making in DT. We had to use our research from our Geography lessons to inform our designs.

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