We have visited Grove Scouts this Monday to help them with their Digital Badge. They did amazing work on re-creating the local landmarks in Minecraft – some of which were not so easy at all! Well done!
We would like to thank the Vale and Downland Museum for inviting us to participate in the Heritage Day. We have been asked to accept the challenge of building the Museum venue in Minecraft so you will see the results on our YouTube shortly!
Thank you so much to all our old and new friends who came to say hi at our stall in Wantage today. We had so much fun! We would like to send a big hug to Linda for her help at the stall and to her daughter for the amazing biscuits! We hope to see […]
As part of our community outreach we are donating few hours each week to our host – the Butler Centre. Last week children from the centre joined in and also worked on the 3D version of the Elvish Tree of Languages – on a mac, iPhone and iPad. Really good work, everyone!
This activity is primarily designed for all our Club Members but if you happen to enjoy Betjeman Park this Easter join in and have fun with us! Download the pdf version of this poster here: EasterEggHunt2015
We are very proud to report that we have teamed up with our local charity – SUDEP – in celebrations of the Purple Day raising awareness around epilepsy. We did so for two reasons – the charity is our local organisation with global impact, so we wanted to help; secondly – one of our club […]
After our social catch up this morning we took a bucket of flowers and gave those away to all mums in the Market Square. So here it is – a bucket of over 50 smiles from this morning. It was so much fun!
This is not an update on our Spring Competition – we have asked our video makers to give it a go and start working on the Minecraft version of Betjeman Park in Wantage. Here are the results of their work in class:
…resulted in amazing ideas for the tile of our Mother’s Day video (but we won’t share those just yet;)). We have also worked on ideas for the statue of King Alfred:
We have mentioned this part of our activities in our brochure but here we would like to explain in more detail our work for our local community. Within the framework of our provided courses we have offered Butler Centre an hour each week of our time for free to work with Year 6 children. They […]