Theo has built a Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES, which is powered by a Raspberry Pi. He assembled the hardware e.g. Raspberry Pi, circuit boards and fan, and coded an SD card to run games. Theo uses USB controllers to run it.
Look carefully when you watch this video..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nexnnrYyTmc
Do you recognise someone from St. Aidan's in this video for Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion.
A clue- the person you may know is in the first verse.
Many thanks to our cycling instructors who have been training us to cycle on the local roads this week. The instructors were very complimentary about the way in which the cyclists listened to them and considered all the children to have grown in confidence. Well done everyone!
A small group of children from Years 5 and 6 attended the London Diocesan Board for Schools service at St. Paul's cathedral. They enjoyed meeting up with children from church schools all across London and visiting such a famous London landmark.
St Aidan's was recognised in a TfL awards ceremony as the 2019 regional winner of the school of the region for North London. This award is to recognise our significant work to promote sustainable travel over a period of time. Well done St. Aidan's!
Many thanks to everyone who supported our Languages Morning. We were able to share a range of our community languages and give children an opportunity to learn German, Turkish, Spanish, Balochi, Arabic, Swedish, Dutch, Polish and Greek!
In their visit to the Natural History Museum yesterday, Indigo class designed, constructed and programmed their own Mars rover. It was a great way to combine the knowledge from their 'Orbit' connector with their coding skills.
Many thanks to everyone who made a donation to our Harvest Festival this year. Over 170kg of food were donated to the Holy Trinity Food Bank and a large donation of toiletries were donated to the Holy Innocents Winter Night Shelter. Thank you for your generosity.