June 30th, 2014


Come and DO YOUR BIT

SATs Breakfast Club

May 11th, 2014

Don’t forget Y6 SATs breakfast club from 8am tomorrow morning

Remember it is in the KS2 building

Good Luck for SATs

May 11th, 2014

Good luck to all of Year 6 sitting their SATs this week.

Just try your best, you have worked so hard and are well prepared – I know all you will all be amazing!

Mrs Davis and all of the Year 6 Team 🙂

General Haig Speech

May 8th, 2014

After reading Martin Luther King and King George VI’s moving and powerful speeches we started to look at General Haig – Commander in Chief of the BEF.

 He commanded Battalions of men in the Somme offensive. Our task was to write the speech that he may have given to the troops before 1st July 1916.

 Together we decided on the rules of effective speech writing that we wanted to include. We felt these would have the most impact: 

Addressing the audience

Use of emotive language

Rule of 3



Here is our shared write:

Today. Together. We will fight for our King and Country.

Today. Together. We will fight: united as one on the battlefield.

Today. Together. We will fight for our nation’s future.

The brotherhood I see before me is unique – courageous and valiant – willing to penetrate our enemy’s defensives no matter what the cost. We must move forward in order to break the silent stalemate, which currently stands before us.

 Our nation stands as a family with courage, pride & bravery, who will rid this great land of its foul stench. Upon this brave offensive depends the survival of Christian civilisation: we are the masters of our own fate, leaders in our own destiny.

The greatest point to remember is it can be done: it will be done! Done beyond any possibility of doubt.

Trust me as I stand before you.

Trust me as I stand beside you.

Trust me as we stand, side by side, united.

We will achieve a resounding victory over our enemies.

God will ‘Send us Victorious’.

We will prevail.


For King and Country – go forth – God speed.


Victory is ours!

Tim Berners Lee’s Life Story

April 9th, 2014

Have you ever wondered who created the internet?

Tim Berners Lee was  born in London , 1955. Tim is best known for creating the world wide web.

At a early age, Tim  became to love electronics. When he was older he built his own computer using: a soldiering iron, TTl gates, an M6800 processor and a old television. Soon later he worked on a bar code technology and writing typesetting software.

In 1989 he proposed a global  hypertext project to be known as the World Wide Web .

Tim is the currently the  director of the World Wide Web .He has recently written a book  named ‘weaving web’.

He also created the first web browser and the editor of the worlds first website (http:\\info.cern.ch.) which was launched on 6 August 1991. It explained what the world wide web  concept was and gave users an introduction to getting started with their own website. In 2001 he become a fellow of the Royal Society and later accepted several international awards including the Japan prize.

The internet has affected  a lot of people, in the way people communicate and life their lives. I think people should thank Tim for it.

Tim Berners Lee

April 9th, 2014

Have you ever wondered who created the internet? Well Tim Burners Lee was the magnificent person who created  it and became known as the man who invented www (world wide web).. His parents were mathematicians and he was born in 1955, London. He used to love electronics from a young age. 

When studying at Oxford he built his own computer using: a soldering iron, TTL gates, an M6800, a processor and an old television. In his early life he worked on a bar code technology; writing typesetting software etc. In 1989 he proposed a global hypertext project, which was to be the World Wide Web. Tim Berners Lee is currently the director of the World Wide Web consortium.

His full name is Timothy Berners Lee. He studied physics at at Oxford University and became a software engineer. He also created the first web browser and was the editor of the worlds first website – http://info.cern.ch was launched on 6 August 1991. It explained what the world wide web concept and gave users an introduction to getting started with their own website.

He has promoted open government data globally, is a member of the UK’s Transparency Board, and President of London’s  Open Data Institute. In 2001 he became a fellow of the Royal Society. He has been the recipient of several international awards including the Japan prize.

Tim Berners Lee has changed the way people communicate all over the world. 

Biography of Steve Jobs

April 9th, 2014
Steve Jobs is famous for creating the Apple technology and is important as he helped make the lives of million people easier. He was born in San Francisco on the 24 February 1955. 
 At the age of 5, Steve and his family moved to Mountain View, America where he became to love electronics. He eventually meets Steve Wozniak who becomes a new life-long friend.  As teenagers, the pair together shared a love of electronics and a few years later, they illegally built blue boxes (which allow people to take phone calls for free). Due to his love of technology, Steve takes up a job as a video game maker and works as a gamer for a few years and later in 1974 he sells an early computer called Apple.
He sold fifty Apple computers and even created Apple computers II. In the end he forged the Apple company in 1977 and it became popular and regular for everyone to have a personal computer at home. 
In 1990-2006 he made Apple macs, created iTunes etc. One of the most successful creations, has been the iPhone and iPad. He became known as the Apple man  Overall, Steve Jobs achieved many things and his creations have changed the way we live.
In conclusion he was an amazing man with a strong talent with electronics. His creations makes him one of the best modern inventors of our time. People can learn various things from him including the belief that you can succeed in what you are doing.  His invention have changed lives of many by creating computers which have made life easier for workers and children.


Tim Berners Lee

April 9th, 2014

Tim Berners Lee was the man who invented World Wide Web. He is important because he changed the way people over the world communicate.

He was born in 1955 in London to parents who were both mathematicians and from an early age he loved electronics.

In 1976 he graduated as a physic major from Oxford University. He built the first computer using soldering iron, a TTL gate, an M68OO processor and also an old television - “Anyone  who has track of time when using a computer knows the propensity to dream, the urge to make dreams come true and the  tendency to miss lunch.”

His early jobs were working with barcode technology, writing type setting software, writing a generic macro language working on FASTBUS system software and  designing a heterogeneous remote procedure call system.

In 1980 he wrote but never published his first programme called ‘Enquire’ which for shadowed his later work on the World Wide Web (www). In 1889 he propoced  a global hypertext project or also known as WWW. He said, “That idea of URL was the basic clue to the Universality of the Web. That was the only thing  I insisted upon.”

Tim Berners Lee is currently the  Director of the WWW Consortium, the group that sets technical standards for the internet for which the important thing is that it is managed responsibly. He has also written a book entitled “Weaving the Web.”

Tim Berner’s Lee changed our lives by inventing the world wide web.  It has changed the way people communicate and live their lives as well as how they search for information.  


Steve Jobs, Biography.

April 9th, 2014

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco, California, on February 24th, 1955. In the late 1950’s, Jobs moved to Santa Clara County, California, to live there. In the 1960’s-1970’s, Jobs did not do well in a strict school and when he was tested, he moved to middle school.

In 1971, he enrolled to Homestead High school and when he was there, he met his new long life friend, Steve Wozniak. A few years later, in 1972, Jobs and Wozniak enrolled to Reed college, Portland, Oregon, where Jobs only attended classes that he really enjoyed. In 1974, they both started to work for Atari; as a video game designer. Then, Jobs started to create computers in his free time.

A few years later, in 1976, he started to make computers, with the help of Wozniak. Then, fifty Apple 1 computers were sold followed in 1977, Apple 2 computers went out on sale. Apple then became a multimillion dollar company. However Macintosh then went on sale and a couple of months later, they became poor. A few years later, in 1985, Jobs quit as CEO of Apple and bought the animation company called PIXAR.

Between 1986-1993, Jobs attempted to make and sell neXT computers failed while Jobs and PIXAR fought to stay open. In 1994, Toy Story opens and was a big hit. Microsoft was doing well, but in that time, Apple was failing. In 1997-1998, Apple buys neXT and Steve Jobs is boss and Powermac and Powerbook go on sale. Apple then takes over all the markets.

In 1999-2006, iMac, iBook, iMovie, Mac OSX, iTunes, iDvd, iPhoto and iPod go on sale. Finally iTunes music store was created. In 2007- 2010, the all new iPad and iPhone go on sale – selling millions in days. 

Sadly in 2010, Steve Jobs died on October 5th, aged 56, from Pancreatic Cancer.

Now in 2014 Apple company is now worth over $621 billion.  

 Well done, Steve Jobs.



Best educational blog

April 7th, 2014

Class 4A’s blog been chosen as one of the UK’s 100 best education blogs. They are thrilled to be nominated, but now we want to go one better and claim the overall prize. To help them, please can you email voting@ukedchat.com stating 4a2013.lowerplace.net as your favourite blog.

You can see the full list and a link to the email address by clicking on the picture below.

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