ABS KIDS ZONE
The above tabs are for the children to access and log on to websites
using their own user name and password.
ICT is very important to our learning at ABS. It helps us to learn and it is fun at the same time. Have a look at the websites we have suggested to help you with your learning. Also, remember to log on to the MLE to check the blogs to see what each class have been doing during the week!
E-safety plays an integral role when teaching and using ICT at ABS. We deem e-safety as limiting the risks that children and young people face when using the internet, mobile phones, i-pads, and online games etc. To ensure that this is embedded and understood by everyone, we hold e-safety parent sessions and information is given in the newsletter. It is important for parents and carers to promote and reinforce the need for their child to use technology sensibly and appropriately at home. We constantly address e-safety awareness with the pupils; this is done through assemblies, discussions, anti-bullying week and through a range of engaging and interactive computer programs. The staff are fully aware of the e-safety procedures and protocol in the school and we aim to teach ICT in an engaging and effective manner, whilst still teaching it in a safe way. For more information about e-safety for your child, please visit: http://www.childnet.
Useful Websites from the ABS Digital Leaders (each class has 2 digital leaders responsible for ICT learning
EXPLORE THE AREA AROUND ARCHBISHOP SUMNER
- Can you find Archbishop Sumner? Use the street map to help you.
- What else can you see in the photo?
- What number is the main "A" road (coloured green) near out school?
- One end of this road is in London , near Westminster Bridge .
- Look at a bigger map to find out where the other end is.
- Find somewhere on this road, or near it, that has a Web site you can visit.
FIND OUT ABOUT FAMOUS PLACES AROUND LONDON
All of them are places the school visits at various times during the year, depending on the class topics
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM
THE OVAL home of Surrey county Cricket Club
MAYOR OF LONDON
SCIENCE MUSEUM http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/
RAGGED SCHOOL MUSEUM
TRANSPORT MUSEUM http://ltmuseum.co.uk
LONDON ZOO http://zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/
LONDON WETLAND CENTRE http://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/london/
ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL http://www.stpauls.co.uk
WESTMINSTER ABBEY http://www.westminster-abbey.org/
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE MUSEUM http://www.florence-nightingale.co.uk/
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY http://www.npg.org.uk/
MUSEUM OF GARDEN HISTORY http://www.gardenmuseum.org.uk/
LONDON TRANSPORT UNDERGROUND MAP http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/standard-tube-map.pdf
OTHER INTERESTING WEBSITES
For storytellers and readers aged 6 to 15.
24 Hour Museum
The world's first Internet-only museum - loads of good stuff of its own, like the Harry Potter Trail, and lots of links to information about museums.
Which famous people have the same birthday as you?
The Met Office
Much more than weather forecasts! Find out about historic weather events like great storms and floods. And learn about weather with fun activities that you can do in class or on your own.
Photographs and descriptions of the country's attractions for visitors. The special section for London includes the capital's most famous historic and modern landmarks.