We were given the challenge of recreating the London Eye using our modelling skills. We had to think about designing, building, joining, strengthening and problem solving.
Today it was Life Skills Day!
We took part in two workshops - one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The year 6 workshops were based around Careers.
Skills needed to do these jobs and careers were discussed and added to our paper people! We also thought about which subjects we might need to study at high school, college and university to start these careers. We all noticed that Maths, Literacy and Computing / ICT were extremely important for every career.
We enjoyed the Comenius Market today! Throughout the week, we advertised and created our Comenius products. Today we set up our stall and sold our products!
Well done Year 6! You did a great job!
Mr Sharrock :)
Do Computers speak in English, Spanish or German? No
In order for us to understand how programming works we need to understand how computers speak. Computers use a system of on/off to generate codes, these codes are what we interpret as 1s and 0s. These codes then convert to something we can read and understand such as letters and words. Computers use a Base-2 Number System called the Binary Number System. Binary numbers are 0 and 1. We use the Base-10 Number system consisting of digits 0-9, the Denary (or Decimal) Number system!
Encode my message:
01101 01001 10011 10011
01100 01111 00110 00101 10011
Can you encode a message for your peers to decode?
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