Art in the Open - Art resources from the Ben Uri Gallery
A summary film about the Art resources created with the Ben Uri Gallery. Children from Richard Cobden Primary school in Camden LA explore the techniques suggested in the resources. A clear explanation of the breadth of support for Art activities in different Key Stages are discussed.
Richard Alston in Overdrive (Trailer)
Alston in Overdrive is an essential resource for students and teachers of dance, music and the performing arts.
Developed in partnership with ‘The Place’, this new online resource offers a comprehensive analysis of how the choreography for Overdrive is structured, as well as detailed discussion of Terry Riley's inspirational music Keyboard Study #1.
Using LGfL USO to achieve value for money
A short film to explain how the move to LGfL Unified Sign On (USO) can benefit the whole school community and helps ensure that full use of LGfL 2.0 services are achieved.
LGfL 2.0 - a New Era begins
A summary video explaining the rationale for the new LGfL 2.0 network, the benefits for schools and what schools need to do sign up to the new network.
A video recording of the of visionary Headteacher Mark Ducker at Gonville Primary school in Croydon has been made into an LGfL film showing how through strong and clear Leadership Gonville primary school has been transformed by the London MLE. The video covers a range of common implementation issues.
The Holocaust Explained
This LGfL video case study shows how The City of London Academy have used 'The Holocaust Explained' resource to support the delivery of the Holocaust curriculum.
LGfL Primary Content 2011
Michael Rosen (professor, former children's laureate and writer) explains how London Primary School teachers can make the most out of LGfL content, with a particular focus on literacy.
LGfL Secondary Content 2011
Michael Rosen (professor, former children's laureate and writer) explains how London Secondary School teachers can make the most out of LGfL content, with a particular focus on literacy.
Making the most of 'Our' LGfL Weather Stations
LGfL has the densest network of online weather stations in the world - providing an ever expanding data archive that is used by Imperial College and London schools to study London's climate.
This film explains why LGfL weather stations are important for London children and teachers.
Making the most of 'Our' LGfL
Croydon local authority describes how LGfL is a key partner in achieving the aims of the education directorate. The director of education, ICT strategy manager, headteacher, teacher and consultants explain how their team approach brings positive outcomes for Croydon Children.
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'Meme Play' Guidance video
Built into the KS4 eSafety resource 'Meme' is an online game that tests the knowledge of the target age range on online safety and security. This video explains how the game works.
Some LGfL schools have found the game is useful as part of staff eSafety training.
A holistic approach to implementing the London MLE
La Sainte Union - Camden LA
'I was aware of the need to have sensitivity to the emotional needs of colleagues on implementing such as large scale project that had technology at the core.'
Karla Morton - ICT Strategy Manager
This video looks at the issues surrounding the strategic management of implementing the MLE in a Camden secondary school.
Tales with a Twist
Parkhill Junior school in Redbridge have become video conferencing content providers, using the JANET Collaborate prototype service This video explains how the school has used video conferencing to support literacy topics, collaboration between schools and help differentiate activities for a range of children. More...
Low Carbon London Pilot
Shene School in Richmond piloted the Low Carbon London resource and discuss the impact that it had on their Geography lessons, and understanding of environmental issues and how it has helped chnage the way they live.
St Angela's Ursline
Torsion material piloted with Year 10 mixed ability PE group.
Encore material piloted with Year 3 children as part of transition project.
Kensington & Chelsea LA
Torsion material piloted with Year 8 mixed ability boys dance group.and Key Stage 4 GCSE dance group.
St Joseph's RC Junior School
Encore material piloted with Year 5 mixed ability group.
Group supported by external dance specialist and LA Sports and PE development manager.
Low Carbon London - TRAILER
'Are Londoner's too selfish to make the changes necessary?'
This Key Stage 3 Geography resource examines the Carbon Dioxode emission targets for London and whether London achieve these ambitious targets.
Celebrating Black History Month
Redbridge LA hosted a video conferencing event that showcased the contributions and achievements made by the African-Caribbean community, locally and nationally.
The Avenue - London MLE Primary Case Study
The Avenue Primary School in Sutton has over 600 pupils and has made swift and broad ranging progress developing the MLE. This video case study shows the range of approaches they have used to achieve their goal of total adoption for both teaching and learning and administration support.
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Early Years Control Technology Project
Harrow and Barnet LA have thoroughly investigated the suitability of the LEGO NXT technology for early year’s education. The project is hosted in the London MLE and include lesson plans, teacher diaries and over 40 separate videos featuring teachers and pupils talking about their experiences.
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The London - Paris Project
The film shows how London teachers are using the LGfL learning platform and content to develop meaningful and sustainable links with schools in Paris.
The London MLE
Why does London need a regional Managed Learning Environment and what makes the LGfL MLE different to other MLE products? Brian Durrant (CEO LGfL) explains the thinking behind the London MLE - 'powered by Fronter'.