If you have seen something that has upset or worried you online,
ALWAYS tell a trusted adult who can help you report it
and talk to you about it.
Our Digital Leaders have been working hard all year and have now completed the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme. This aims to inspire young people to encourage others to use technology in a positive way in the school or local community. The Digital Leaders are interested in technology, trust worthy and classroom role models and have a range of responsibilities, including: delivering assemblies, fundraising for new equipment and supporting peers in lessons.
Since completing their training (and finishing in 1st place on the international leader board), they have created a new training module about Digital Resilience.
What have we been doing this term?
Not only have we completed our training and become qualified Digital Leaders - we finished the term in 1st place on the leader board.
Being a good online friend:
We have also prepared activities during Anti bullying week and Safer Internet Day as well as encourage others to make digital resolutions and complete our esafety quiz. We have met with the Childnet team and become guest bloggers (https://digital-leaders.childnet.com/little-chalfont-primary-school-guest-blog-about-becoming-digital-leaders/).
Our crowdfunding success has been shared in FundEd, a magazine which aims to support and inspire schools with news ways to generate income.