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What’s on this June? 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 find what will be displayed on our screens throughout June, as we power through some of the most important months of schools, especially for secondary schools throughout the UK. In addition to the content we have for secondary schools, we also have tailored content for primary schools all over the UK. Here’s a full list of content that is scheduled for the June month: trooping the colour, tips to stay safe when using apps, revision tips, a mind teaser with a map riddle, how mindfulness can ease exam stress, stress during exams, too much information, 5 a day fruit and veg, how skipping breakfast is bad for you, making vegetable stir-fry, saving energy, easing symptoms of hayfever, how to do step ups, boxing, how to do press ups, careers of vets on farms, careers of airport passenger services and advice about bullying. National Autistic Society Following the success of World Autism Awareness Week, we contacted the National Autistic Society to talk to them about what they were doing currently in schools. Following some very positive talks it seemed like it would be perfect to get them on board. We’ll be displaying their widely popular “too much information” campaign, as well as other content for our schools to enjoy. Below you’ll find the first of many videos that we will be displaying on our Anomaly screens. The content aims to reduce stigma around autism in schools and we think it’s perfect for our Anomaly screens. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr4_dOorquQ Tips to stay safe In such a digital age, it’s often difficult to keep up with the latest trends and technology. With new technology comes a new understanding and it’s often difficult to keep safe with any new apps or technology. That’s why we’ve come up with content which aims to help teachers promote a safer environment online. We’ve created tips for teachers and pupils which aim to help in staying safe when using apps. 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 May? 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 find what will be displayed on our screens throughout May as we get closer to the most important months of the school year. Each month we write a blog post for our schools to read through which highlights key material which is coming up for each month. Here’s a full list of content that is scheduled for the May month: decomposition, solids, liquids and gases, house of lords, mayflower, saving money, Isambard Brunel, bullying, stranger danger, portion sizes, vegetables, grapes, don’t get thirsty, phobias, brushing teeth, importance of recycling, food waste, pair routine, dodge-ball, exercise and walk to school. Decomposition  coding blog piece During the month of May, we’re pushing out computing related material. With a big push in schools to teach kids coding, we knew we needed to respond when the BBC revision site added a whole new section on computing. That’s why we’re pushing out coding related material on your Anomaly screens this month. The content is available on all of our screens both primary and secondary and features a brief explanation of what decomposition is in computing terms. It goes on to explain how computer programmers use decomposition to help write clean and effective code. The content also explains the benefits of decomposition, how it can save time and how it can help pupils to learn to code. Keep an eye out for more computing and e-safety content in the following months too! What are human rights? Over half a century ago the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was created, setting an example for how people should be treated. With the current push for teaching British Values in schools, we made a piece of content that aims to promote human rights across all of our secondary schools and asks pupils to think what their life would be like without basic Human Rights. 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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