This is a closed area for participants on the An introduction to computer programming using Scratch CPD course.
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This is a closed area for the BLP Project Board. Please contact Mike Woods for the access key.
This is the website where Buckinghamshire teachers can get further information about the Buckinghamshire 'Just a Minute' Digital Video Competition (and upload your competition entries) - Log in to the site using your normal bucksgfl username and password by clicking on the link at the top Right Hand Corner of this screen. E.G. If your email address is "anyuser@bucksgfl" then your username is "anyuser" - and your password is the one that you use to log in to your email account. If you don't know your BucksGfL email address then please contact Mike Woods (email@example.com) - but you will need to be a teacher in a BucksGfL school to upload files and enter the competition.
British Pathe Archive has worked with the 10 Regional Broadband Consortia (RBCs) to provide access for schools to high-resolution versions of its digitised news film. 3,500 hours of film and 12,000,000 stills are now available in their high-resolution, editable versions to schools as they become connected through their RBC broadband connections to the National Education Network. All schools connected to the South East Grid for Learning may access these archives without further cost.
- This section is a closed area for staff who are part of the Bucks Learning Portal Pilot.
This is a closed area for the Buckinghamshire schools ro access 'Gigajam' project resources. This project uses the VLE, collaborative broadband technology including videoconferencing and 'Gigajam' software to help pupils of all ages develop their musical skills. Click HERE for a direct link to the Gigajam site. You will need to log on with your normal BucksGfL user name and password.
General Resources for the project can be found by clicking HERE
All Buckinghamshire schools using BucksGfL Broadband are now also able to access the new Junior Gigajam lessons for each instrument by logging on to the following site:
using your normal BucksGfL username and password.
For further details of the Gigajam project please contact Mike Woods
- The ICT Curriculum Support Team offers a wealth of experience and numerous opportunities for the development of ICT across the curriculum through school and centrally based support.The Team website at www.bucksict.org.uk has information and resources for ICT Co ordinators in Buckinghamshire schools.
- e-safety resources for schools
- This resource area contains useful ICT mailings, downloads, Powerpoint presentations etc.
This animation project involved pupils from 3 infant schools in Buckinghamshire - Cuddington Church of England School, Haddenham St Mary's Church of England School and Haddenham Infant School. Four pupils from each school worked together to produce stop frame animation movies, with all work - from initial story board to finished movie - being completed in one school day. Technical Information of software and hardware that was used and the finished movies (downloadable) are included in this section of the website.
This course supports the use of ICT across the curriculum by NQTs.
This section contains details of some safe search engines for use in schools. It includes some good resources for image searches and also some sites that can be useful for staff but should be used with caution with pupils.