Click on the picture below to watch the Digital Leaders Assembly 2023.
We have recently appointed 10 Digital Leaders in key stage 2 who will meet each Monday after school. Their roles, which will be developed, will include:
- Becoming ambassadors for E-safety, this will involve promoting E-Safety with children and parents through: the school website, assemblies and presentations to parents.
- Learning how to use new technology and cascading their knowledge with other children.
- Trialling new software as required.
- Uploading photographs/videos from Ipads/Cameras etc onto the school shared work.
- Organise competitions.
- Creating Blogs for the school website.
- Creating Pod casts for the school website.
- Help teach computing lessons.
- Plan and lead ICT Clubs at lunchtimes and possibly after school.
- Attend events and other schools to share Computing.
- Exploring new APPS and Programs
- Learning how to make a LAN
- Taking computers apart and exploring their contents - then putting them back together
- Attending after-school training on Monday’s.
Click on the picture below to watch this years (2023) Digital Leaders E-Safety Assembly
Watch the Digital Leaders PowerPoints on E-safety on the Parents link/e-safety and see all the work we are doing to keep children and parents safe.
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0902 on: E-safety Presentation
On Thursday 29th September the Digital leaders did an E-safety presentation. At the open evening we had a great time and thankfully it went well. My favourite part was when a member of the audience was handing out our leaflets the person shouted out, "Leaflets! Get your Leaflets here! Thank you to all the parents that came.
We did it !
1001 on: We did it !
We did it!!! Well done everyone I'm really proud. We conquered our fears! We have a new Digital Leader Alfie.
1002 on: Fire Safety!
Today we learnt about fire and how to deal with it! A fire fighter came in to our school to explain how to stay safe when a fire happens. I really enjoyed it. I learnt that if there was smoke you must crawl low, so that you don't get the poisonous gas into your lungs, and head for the nearest exit with fresh air. Does anyone remember what to do if they are alight with flames?
1201 (1201) on: Ks1 assembly
Today I have learnt that, to have a secure password you need to have a long and strong one. You need at least three capital letters and also at least 8 -14 characters.These can be lowercase letters, symbols, numbers, in fact anything on your keyboard. Also, make sure you don't have any personal information e.g your name, your address, your telephone number or your school. You must make sure you can remember it.YOU MUST NOT TELL ANYBODY YOUR PASSWORD OR WRITE IT DOWN, OR STORE IT ON THE DEVICE YOUR USING!
You can check how secure your password is by logging onto this website and keying it in. http://www.passwordmeter.com/