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Easter is almost over and it’s looking like it’s time to go back to school. In this blog post, catch up with Anomaly’s top tips for teachers, students and parents on how to deal with going back to school. It’s definitely difficult but it can be done! We did do a write up back in September, but we thought it was time for a quick recap on how to battle the last couple of months before the big summer break. Organise before it’s too late back to school One of the biggest tips we can give at Anomaly is to always organise before it’s too late. Getting ready for bed on the Sunday night before you’re back to school and remembering something that you’ve forgotten is one of the worst feelings in the world. Make sure you’re organised well ahead of schedule to avoid any last minute upset just before you go back. For students, sit down and think if there’s anything you may have forgotten, for example any last minute homework you need to do. Always plan ahead Much similar to organising yourself, but planning ahead will be essential for these next couple of weeks, especially for students in their later years of school. If you’re in year 11 or year 6 you will have important exams coming up within the next couple of weeks, make sure you’re ready by planning your workload to get the best possible marks this summer. For teachers and parents, you will already know that this will be an incredibly stressful time for pupils and it’s important to be supportive and make sure you are planning ahead yourself to help them tackle these stressful months. For students, make sure you are always coming to lessons with the right equipment. We have content which can help with remembering to always bring a pen among other things to class. Prepare your Anomaly equipment Heading back to school will be a stressful time, using Anomaly equipment could be the last thing on your mind. With that said it’s important to plan ahead for the upcoming term. As mentioned earlier in this post, summer exams are just around the corner. Using Anomaly screens you will be able to post key information and important dates relevant to these upcoming exams. You may also want to display some content on your screens which may help with revision. With Anomaly content manager, we make it easy to look through content to see what will help improve your school. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your workplace or school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education and construction sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address info@anomalygroup.co.uk Twitter | Facebook
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What’s on this March? Find out in this monthly feature which focuses on all the things you can expect this month on the Anomaly Content Manager. The Anomaly content manager is a tailored platform designed for schools to get the most out of their Anomaly screens. In this blog post discover everything relevant to the spring month of March as we press on to the summer months. Here’s a full list of content that is scheduled for the March month: British government, the periodic table, how the internet works, world book day 2016, big cats, drinking water, phobias, sugar, teeth, watercress, smoothies, balanced diet, solar power, walk to school, dance, exercise, lunges, carpenter, lifeguard and bullying. World book day As soon as we kick off in March, we’re going to be promoting World Book Day. A blog post will be coming up later this week to talk more about the work that both Anomaly and World Book Day will be doing. world book day   For more information about World Book Day, you can click this link which will take you over to their website. You can also find more about the project by keeping up to date with all of our blog posts surrounding the project. Attendance for pupils As half terms are coming and going throughout the year, it’s important to emphasize the important of regular attendance to pupils. That’s why we’ve produced content which focuses on why pupils of primary ages should aim for 100% attendance. The periodic table Staying with the theme of important attendance, we’re kicking off more content relevant to the current curriculum. This month, along with many other subjects, we’re promoting the periodic table. The content we’re pushing out is designed for secondary schools and has a brief explanation of the periodic table and the attributes of element groups. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address info@anomalygroup.co.uk Twitter | Facebook
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In this blog post Anomaly focuses on one of its successful schools, Ranelagh Primary School. Read their testimonial which highlights their experiences whilst using the Anomaly services, in particular, the use of Anomaly Film. Having been one of our stand out schools for as long as we can remember, we wanted to highlight the commitment and achievement displayed by the school. anomaly film Anomaly had the pleasure of working with Ranelagh to improve their existing digital infrastructure. Ranelagh have wrote several pieces about the Anomaly services, in their most recent, Ranelagh said: “On Thursday 21st January Ranelagh Primary School was delighted to play host to a contingent of ten Dutch teachers from the Hague. The group traveled from Holland to observe the teaching of computing in an English primary school and the incorporation of technology in the classroom.” Ranelagh went on to say: “The most recent technology incorporated into the school timetable is ‘Anomaly Film’, which enables green screen filming and editing. The ‘studio in a box’ is compact, portable and user friendly. These factors ensure that the pupils are involved in the whole film production process, from creative collaboration to recording and editing the final film, providing them with newly acquired skills and at the same time giving them a useful insight into the movie industry.” Class teacher Mr Jenkins, who organised the film demonstration, said, “It’s fantastic that the pupils at Ranelagh have the opportunity to use such challenging technology. Not only do they experience performing in front of a green screen, producing some amazing results, they have also learned to set up the equipment, work the camera and direct their peers. The children then complete the whole process by editing the footage themselves. It’s a great way for the pupils to build a solid technology skill set and, at the same time, show their wonderful creative talents.” Adapting to new technologies is key to improving learning in the classroom. Anomaly Film introduces a digital and interactive film studio for the classroom which encapsulates students with the school curriculum. Anomaly Film is an expertly crafted custom film kit for schools created by Anomaly Interactive. If you want to find out more about Anomaly Film, you can do so by clicking here.  If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address info@anomalygroup.co.uk Twitter | Facebook
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