Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 6th February 2018|
The Digital Leaders gave three presentations today for Reception, Years 1 & 2 and Years 3 & 4. The children did an amazing job and presented important information on how to stay safe on the Internet, what is meant by Cyberbullying, and why we should not disclose our personal information online. The group also delivered information on: who to talk to if you are not sure about another person online and where to report unusual behaviour.
Well done and thank you to all of our Year 5 & 6 Digital Leaders!
Thanks also to our link Governor for Computing, Mr Brian Farrimond, for attending the presentations.
More information for parents can be found in the e-safety section of this website, just scroll down to the bottom of the e-safety page for the weblinks.
Safer Internet Day 2018|
Our Digital Leaders will be leading e-safety presentations across the whole school, from Reception to Year 6, on Tuesday 6th February 2018, as part of this year's safer internet day.
The children will be promoting the importance of keeping personal details secure online, and also reminding classes on who they should talk to if they are suspicious of anything or anyone while online.
Digital Leaders 2017/18|
Introducing our Year 5 & Year 6 Digital Leaders for 2017-18! The children are going to be busy before Christmas promoting the use of Purple Mash across the school.
Digital Leaders 2016/17|
Introducing our Year 5 and Year 6 Digital Leaders for 2016/17!
Apple Store i-pad training|
The Digital leaders recently visited the apple store in Liverpool One, to learn how to use 'Keynote' which is a presentation app for i-pads. In the summer term the children will be teaching KS2 staff and children how to use Keynote across the curriculum. We also have further i-pad training planned for coding in the Summer Term.
Apple store coding training|
The Digital Leaders visited apple in Liverpool again on Monday 15th of May to learn how to use a coding app called Swift Playgrounds. The visit was a great success and the children all agreed that Swift Playgrounds should be implemented in school, for children to learn coding skills in the near future. They found the software fun, with a good level of challenge at the same time.
In addition to learning how to use Swift for coding, the children used the language of code to instruct and direct each other through a series of obstacle courses. They also explored how to apply what thet had learnt about coding to program two different robots. BB-8 and the Jimu robot. The group programmed Jimu to showcase his funky dance moves.
As a treat we had a ten minute demonstration of a Drone that can be operated from an i-phone. We were all very impressed when the instructor put his phone away to show how the drone can also be controlled by recognising hand signals as commands.
More trips are planned to the store, watch this space.