We have a dedicated team of Digital Leaders, who support their classmates, Mrs Baker and the other teachers, with Computing. It’s a great opportunity for them to develop confidence and to use their leadership skills.
Bake Off, January 2019
On Monday 28th January 2019, the Digital Leaders brought in a selection of amazing baked goods for Bake Off. They were really enthusiastic and helped hand out each baked good and collected in the voting slips at the end. Not only did they set a goal to achieve this year, they decided how they wanted to raise the money too and have worked hard to see it through.
We raised £90 to fund the TV screen which will be installed shortly outside the school office in the waiting area. This will display children’s work, photos to show what everyone is getting up to around school as well as notifications.
From making the baked goods through to donating money to try each of their wonderful entries a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who has helped support the Digital Leaders with their Bake Off.
E-safety Competition, Spring 2018
Last term, Year 4 and 5 were asked to create a SMART rules poster to share with the school what they had been learning in their E-safety lessons. Well done to everyone for their posters, which were of a very high standard. This made it a very tough decision to decide upon the winners and the Digital Leaders helped to select the winners.
Congratulations to Annie, who won 1st place, and Joshua, who won 2nd place for their fantastic SMART rules posters. These posters are now on display around the school, as well as on the laptop trollies to remind everyone how to stay safe online.
Micro:bit equipment donation
A big thank you to Rob Bird at Cube Connection Ltd for a generous donation of 5 micro:bit starter kits and 3 sets of Inventors Kits. This has helped us to begin our journey of acquiring a class set of micro:bit equipment, enabling children to take part in physical programming. After half term, our Digital Leaders will be getting to grips with this new technology before our KS2 classes start to use it. Microbits can now be loaned from a selection of Norfolk libraries. Check out your local library to find out more.