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10 Aug 2009:
"Bird Watch 2010 was an exciting opportunity for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils to use ICT in and outside the classroom to discover and learn about the many species of birds that live in and visit Kent." For more information about the project click on the links below. 1. Project Overview     Timetable of activities 2. Kent Bird Watch 2010...
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Kent Bird Watch 2010 Project Review

Kent Bird Watch 2010 Project Review

10 Aug 2010:
An exciting enquiry based learning project for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils The Kent Bird Watch 2010 project was an opportunity for pupils in and outside the classroom to use ICT to develop their maths and science skills, knowledge and understanding. Between January and July 2010 over eighty Kent schools registered and took part in activities organised by The RSPB, Kent Wildlife Trust, Medway...
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The World of Birds 2011

The World of Birds 2011

29 Jul 2010:
For the attention of Literacy, Numeracy, Science, ICT and Art Coordinators and allKey Stage 1 & 2 Teachers                            Coming Soon......... "The World of...
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International Schools Enrich World Bird Watch Project

International Schools Enrich World Bird Watch Project

24 Jul 2010:
  Schools from the continents of North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania have added to the richness and depth of the World Bird Watch project since it's launch in Janaury 2010. This has not been a one way benefit either, read this quote from Newmarket School in New Zealand: "Our Maori language is dying like our native birds. I believe in conserving...
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Photo Gallery of Canterbury Explorers ICT Day at the CEECentre.

Photo Gallery of Canterbury Explorers ICT Day at the CEECentre.

15 Jul 2010:
A exciting day at the Canterbury Education Environnmental Centre for pupils from St Thomas's, St Mildred's and Chislet Schools. They felt the rain drops and the squelchy mud, they heard and saw the Coots and Mallards on the lakes, they spotted and heard Blackbirds and Warblers, as well as the grasshoppers and the buzz of the electricity from the huge pylons. They smelt the...
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