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Digital Leaders

What are digital leaders?

Digital leaders are pupil monitors for the technology that is used in our school. They are children who are interested, enthusiastic and, thanks to training, knowledgeable! They spread good behaviour with technology, support teachers and are able to develop their own skills and become a good role model for others; to ultimately enhance computing at St Sebastian’s.

 

The role of ‘Digital Leader’ is new to St. Sebastian’s and we hope that this role will develop and grow over time.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Taking photographs at events e.g. special assemblies or Sports Day.
  • Supporting other children, and possibly teachers, with using software.
  • Looking after/ maintaining school IT equipment – e.g. keeping the class cameras charged and updating the laptops / netbooks.
  • Trialling new resources/ computer programmes to use in school.
  • Uploading photographs and updating elements of the school website.
  • Leading a lunchtime computing club for younger children (supervised by an adult).

What you gain:

  • Extra ICT training to carry out specific jobs regularly.
  • Using/trialling new software when we receive it in school.
  • Attending a free, weekly computing club, led by Miss Hamshare.
  • Trialling new resources/ computer programmes to use in school.
  • A chance to develop your ICT skills and become an expert in a chosen area of Computing.
  • A chance to organise and even enter Computing competitions.

Meet Our Digital Leaders!

Miss Hamshare
Miss Hamshare

Tirzah
Tirzah

Megan
Megan

Ben
Ben

Joshua
Joshua

Jake
Jake

Computing Club!

Our brand new Computing Club has arrived! Meeting on Monday lunchtimes, the club is open to Infant pupils and run by our Digital Leaders (supported by Miss Hamshare).

 

 

 

Any willing volunteers are very welcome to come along and support the Digital Leaders' Computing Club. We meet on Monday lunchtimes at 1pm, in the Year Two classroom.

Please speak to Miss Hamshare, if you are interested.