8 keen and ambitious Year 5 pupils have been selected as Digital Leaders. They all produced outstanding application forms and proved that they are ready to develop and enhance the school.
Congratulations to: Lydia, Katy, Leo, Joshua, Ashley, Emily, Ethan and Jacques.
These children will attend a termly meeting with staff and our Online Safety governor and will be the 'experts' in the group for online safety. This group will lead discussions and assemblies to help educate the whole school community.
Our Digital Leaders will be crucial in ensuring we keep talking about online safety and continue to offer an effective programme to educate children about both the benefits and risks of the online world.
This term our Digital Leaders ran a computer club for our reception children to help support them when using a mouse. Our main aim was to develop mouse control though we also introduced Purple Mash to them.
This term also involved Online Safety Day. The Digital Leaders ran an assembly in front of the whole school. Our aim was to make children aware of what is acceptable to do online and what not acceptable. It was a very interactive assembly and all children participated well.
Below is the PowerPoint that was shared in assembly as well as a photograph of the digital leaders in assembly.
This term Digital Leaders continued to support the youngest members of our school in developing their computers skills.
We also assessed what has gone well so far this year as well as what we would still like to achieve.
This term we will be learning about our digital footprint as well as teaching classes R-6 about how to keep their data safe online.