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What is a Digital Leader?

Digital technology is a significant part of our everyday lives. We use technology throughout the day for all jobs and purposes. Therefore ensuring that all our pupils grow into responsible digital citizens who are able to use technology purposefully and safely is of upmost importance to us.

 

In 2017 we introduced the role of Digital Leaders at our school. Our Digital Leaders are responsible for ensuring pupils in all classes know about ways to keep safe when online. Their main purpose is to educate their peers about online dangers, types of cyberbullying and ways to tackle unkind behaviour when using social media.

 

Digital Leaders at Ryvers Primary

The Digital Leaders meet every Tuesday with Mrs Czapla. During this meeting they look at different aspects of online safety. Digital Leaders are then responsible for delivering the key messages from their meetings to their fellow pupils in their classes and across school. We believe that pupils should be educated about online safety by not only their teachers but also their peers. Digital Leaders use presentations to educate classes and also to deliver whole-school assemblies. You can keep track about their work by looking at the minutes from their meetings, which are attached below.

 

Who is a Digital Leader?

Digital Leaders must complete an application form at the beginning of the academic year stating why they are suitable for this role. The applications are checked and one Digital Leader is selected from each class in Key Stage 2. They can be easily identified by their Digital Leader badge.

If you have any suggestions or comments you would like the Digital Leaders to bring to a meeting then speak to a team member, Mr Dawson or to Mrs Czapla.

Digital Leader application form

Think you know how to stay safe online?

Click this link for the ThinkUKnow website. Select your age.
Play their Games and Watch their Videos....

...Think you know it all? You may have to think again!

   

The “Thinkuknow” website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre. (http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/)

 
 

Worried about something that's happened online? 

Has someone done something online that has made you or a young person you know, feel worried or unsafe?

1) Speak to an adult you trust - either at home or at school.

2) If serious, you can also Make a report to a Child Protection Advisor from the company CEOP, who have experienced adults ready to help.
Click the report button below to make a report.

  

 

Best of the Rest!

Check out the below links for the BEST Games, Stories and Information sites to help you have fun and stay safe online!

Want any other sites added onto this list? Let your Digital Leader know :)

 Image result for google internet legends Be an Internet Legend and play Google's INTERLAND

 Take a look at the SMART Rules

 

"A place to help you boss your life online!" BBC Own It has lots of amazing resources, as well as great videos about how to safely use: vlogging, gaming and social media.

(https://www.bbc.com/ownit)

 

 

                 Have you read 'DigiDuck' eBook? Click here

 

               Have you read 'The Adventures of Smartie the Penguin? Click Here

 

    

Test your Internet safety knowledge with Hacker and help the Horrible Histories gang stay safe online.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/stay-safe)

 

Kidsmart is an award winning practical internet safety programme website for schools, young people, parents, and agencies, produced by the children's internet charity Childnet International.

(http://kidsmart.org.uk/default.aspx)

March 2019

As a school we celebrated Safer Internet Day 2019.

Our amazing Digital Leaders led the way with an assembly which targeted ways in which our pupils can keep themselves safe on social media.We discussed the theme for this year which was 'working together to make a better internet' and how we can be kind with our words and actions.

E Safety

 

 

At Ryvers we value the development and expansion of the use of I.C.T., and particularly the internet, and the way that this has transformed learning in our school in recent years. Children and young people will need to develop high level I.C.T. skills, not only to maximise their potential use as a learning tool, but also to prepare themselves as lifelong learners and for future employment. We believe that the benefits outweigh the risks, but only where children are taught about risks associated with the internet and empowered to protect themselves from potential harm, both within and outside school.

 

 

The Key Stage 1 children have been taught the Superhero Sid's Top Tips for staying safe on the internet:

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/leeandkim/

 

Other Useful Websites:

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS
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