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This year, the Digital Leaders will be working on the Childnet Digital Leaders programme.  This programme is designed to teach them the core skills to become digital leaders whilst also enabling them to earn badges and awards for completing different modules.  Once they have completed the programme, they will then be able to use these skills and teach others in the school about digital literacy and e-safety.


Good luck digital leaders!



Digital Leaders Weekly Quiz


How well do you know our website?

Are you an expert explorer?

Can you hunt out information?


Each week we will set some questions for you based on our website.  If you can find the answers, you could be in with the chance of winning 5 house points!


Simply search our website to find the answers to the questions below, write them down on a piece of paper with your name and class on and then hand it in to Miss Neville or a Digital leader by the following Thursday.  We will then select 5 people from the pile and award them with 5 house points each.


Happy hunting!

Who are our digital leaders?


The digital leaders club is for children in Years 5 and 6.  They are a strong, confident group of children who are keen and eager to learn new skills within the field of technology whilst also helping to educate others about the need to stay safe online. 


In order to become a digital leader, these children were required to complete an application form and were all interviewed for the position. They also demonstrate a real commitment to becoming leaders within the school and are keen to start learning so they can share this with others.


The digital leaders meet every Friday lunchtime and set their own targets to help them become more confident in their role and have an impact on the school.


Your digital leaders for 2016/17 are:

Year 5:                  Leo, George, Tommy, Ara, Calum, Regan, Caitlin, Maeve, Laker, Aizelle, Syde, Sebastian, Negar



Keep checking back to our page for new information about what the digital leaders have been doing.


Miss Neville