Jun 11

Students become published authors on the iBooks Store.

In June 2016 two students became the first students of Clevedon School to become published authors on the iBooks Store.

Their interactive Books which were created using Book Creator App on

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iPad, were part of the Rocket Science project. All students involved in the Rocket Science project have been making Books to demonstrate their learning and share their research, project and results with a global audience.

To download the student authored Books. Click the covers below. Please download and why not give them a review. More Books will be published in the near future.

 

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Feb 04

eSafety Week – Click the image below for the support documents.

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Jan 26

iPad at Clevedon School

Oct 05

Clevedon School Handbook iOS App

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Sep 08

Mobile Learning Case Study

Aug 25

iTunes U – It’s all at a student’s fingertips.

May 29

Writing the code, changing education. #WWDC2014

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May 29

Learn, Create or Be Inspired – Free Apps For Your iPad

May 22

Academic Fixture with Trinity Catholic School

On Thursday 15th May our Digital Leaders welcomed a team of 10 students and 5 staff from Trinity Catholic School in Nottingham, in the first part of their digital ‘Academic Fixture’.

The visiting team came a long way, with an early start, to spend the day finding out about the role of Digital Leaders at Clevedon School; ready to take ideas back to their school as they begin their own iPad journey.  By visiting classes, talking to students and staff, the visitors soon saw how we manage and use over 1,000 iPads effectively in our school, while they currently have 75.

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In the afternoon, Clevedon’s Digital Leaders led a TeachMeet style session, giving short presentations about apps that they find useful.  Both teams, students and staff, exchanged valuable app ideas and experiences about how iPads can best be used to enhance learning in the classroom.

During the visit, the students set up a collaborative project using the website and app, Edmodo.  Both schools will now work together to develop an Empowered Use Policy, as a potential replacement for current Acceptable Use Policies in the schools.  The EUP is about embracing technology and encouraging its positive use, not simply restricting what can be done with it.

Trinity Catholic School have returned to Nottingham, where they plan to develop their own iPad scheme and Digital Leadership role.  We hope to hold the return fixture early in the next academic year when they have had a chance to implement their ideas.

 

May 06

We’ve got a little more to share.

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