Computing Learning Hub
Pupils at Osborne School love using technology. Encourage your young people to engage with the websites and activites below. It’s important if working from home the pupils get a balance of time away from technology too! Below are some activities/websites the young people can achieve if you happen to have a desktop computer, laptop or tablet at home – even a mobile phone! Feel free to choose what YOU feel will engage and challenge them.
Mr Dlugokecki, Head of Computing
- Sensory Lightbox – A cause and effect application you can use with your young person. Downloadable for tablet, PC and iPad.
- Helpkidzlearn – An excellent cause and effect, games and sensory website that our pupils enjoy using. Lots of engaging and meaningful activities. The username is: BEND. Password: password2012. We will reset the password later.
- SEN Switcher – One of my favourite cause and effect applications. Free to download if you sign up.
- Priory Woods – Excellent cause and effect website.
- ABCYA – One of my favourite resources. Over 1000 activities and games that improve pupils digital literacy, numeracy, computing and problem solving skills.
- Sploder – The first website I use with our young people to reach coding, programming and making problem solving games. Excellent to keep them amused for a few hours.
- Scratch – Young coders and gamers love using Scratch to design, test and create their own games.
- Blockly – Learn computer programming skills – fun and free.
- iDEA Awards – Digital enterprise award scheme you can complete online.
- Cloud Stop Motion – Excellent online Stop Motion website, however, you need a camera to do the stop motion. The App is free for Smart phones/tablets.
- Bee-Bot – Control and programming app
- Scratch JR – Coding app.
- Action Movie – Make your own action film!
- FXGuru – Incredible special effects maker
- Kodable – Coding app.
- Kodu – Coding app.
- Hopscotch – Coding app.
- Cargo-Bot – Coding app.