How to videos created by staff.
Introduction to J2E and managing children’s files
Intro to J2 Office
Introduction to Times Tables Blast
Introduction to Office365 & Onedrive
J2E – Uploading files
Changing an Office 365 file into a J2E file
J2E – Accessing files shared by the teacher
J2E – Creating graphs
Using J2 messenger
Uploading work to HWB
How to use teams
As part of this years' Children's Festival of Welsh History 2020, we will be releasing this week 14 short films, based on 'In Character' shows. You can view these on www.historyfestival.wales
Therefore, if you are studying the Celts; Romans; Welsh Princes; Tudors; Blitz or the Industrial Revolution, there will be a film available to suit your particular theme.
These films have already been released:
Boudicca - The Warrior Queen
David Davies - Wales' First Tycoon
Dic Penderyn - The People's Hero
Owain Glyndŵr - The Rebel Prince of Wales
Glenys the Shop - Living through the Blitz
Lord Rhys - Saviour of the Deheubarth
Black Bart - The Cunning Pirate of the Caribbean
During the week, we will also be releasing Llywelyn the Last; Henry Tudor; Hedd Wyn; Mari Jones; Bishop William Morgan and Tomas Telford.
The films are all free of charge for school to view until half term. There will be BSL versions of the films available from the beginning of October.
E-Swansea Music Clubs which include our ‘bitesize’ music lessons in three areas:
E-Trad Music Clubs
E-Trad ‘PlayAlong & SingAlong’ Music Clubs
E-Music Genius clubs
Teaching Packs Website
HAY FESTIVAL PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOLS - FREE EVENTS ONLINE
Watch authors from Hay Festival Programme for Schools filmed over the last 3 years. There are 55 fun filled and inspiring events to choose from including Ade Adepitan, David Baddiel Gemma Cairney, Eoin Colfer, Julian Clary and Andy Stanton.
Don't forget to join in with
Ruth Miskin-Read Write Inc on YouTube for live, daily phonics lessons.
Into Film has released interesting resources to help learners develop their interest in film and learn about careers in film.
Resources aimed at primary and secondary ages can be accessed via the Into Film website without the need to log in.
Young people can develop their critical writing and literacy skills by using the film reviewing framework. Reviews can also be sent to Into Film to be in with the chance of winning a prize from Into Film. Follow Into Film on Twitter - @intofilmcymru or send to firstname.lastname@example.org .
In addition to watching and reviewing, young people can be inspired to make their own films and develop their creative, planning and time management skills.
On top of this, resources provide opportunities to learn more about careers in film by using resources about make-up for film and more!
Go to the below link to find the resources.
At this present time it is important as parents that we help our children stay positive and motivated, so we have designed this FREE webinar, aimed at parents of children who have dyslexia, to support the education of your children at home.
Join our live webinar hosted by our Head of Assessment, Education and Training Karen Mace on Tuesday 24 March at 7.30-8.30pm.
This session will provide:
- Tips, tools and strategies of how best to support the education of your dyslexic child
- Discussion of key resources that can assist
- Update on support we will be offering during the schools closures
- Advice on where to go for more information, training and assistance
We have limited space available on this webinar, so please sign up early to secure your place.
The new parent's resource link will be live on
Friday 20th March 2020