Bramber: Making the game

This is the Bramber site plan. The shaded squares indicate the areas which can be reached when you actually visit the castle. When you go into our game creator you will be able to drag-and-drop your videos onto the squares which represent the locations you chose for your story. You will do this for each 

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Bramber: Building a model

We are looking to make a model of a building or structure that was at the site. There are 3 ways you can do this. Our favourite is to make it out of cardboard and other materials (Lego?) but you if you have the necessary skills (or children in the know) you could consider using 

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Bramber: Scripts and videos

The Scripts     Example Video   This section to be expanded. There is a lot of information online regarding the writing of scripts and making videos and we will try and distill some of this into practical information for schools. In the meantime, here are a couple of articles to illustrate the point. How 

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Bramber: Our story

The ruins of Bramber Castle are the last remnants of a legacy of conquest, intrigue, and bloodshed. From the Norman Warlord who first called the castle home, to the cavalier soldiers who met their end beneath enemy cannon fire, Bramber Castle boasts a long and enthralling history, spanning from the Battle of Hastings, right up 

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Bramber Castle: Information pack

This is an example of a research pack provided by us: Bramber Castle which happens to be close to where we work, in Brighton. It contains information that we have found from the internet. In the case of Bramber, not a huge amount is known, and we have searched the most obvious places such as 

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How to Teach Children to Write a Script

by Brooke Hart Updated April 17, 2017 Start with character development. The easiest place to begin with children is to show them how to develop a character. Offer them guidance in showing character traits such as physical characteristics, personality and qualities that they like. Asking them to draw out their character or list the qualities will 

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Internet research for children

I begin teaching research skills in third grade — just at the time where my students’ reading skills are such that they can feel successful and just at the time when they have mounds and mounds of natural curiosity. In the past, I have done your typical find-information-and-regurgitate-it-to-me kinds of projects, all in the name 

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How to Pack

Dismantling and packing your bike box can be a bit daunting especially if it’s your first time.  As long as you give yourself time and space it’s a straight forward exercise.  Watch the video and just remember to make sure everything is tightly secured and that you use plenty of padding/bubblewrap. It’s a good idea 

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