Orchard approaches e-safety in a new way, by joining the nationwide peer education programme called Digital Leaders
Digital Leaders responsibilities are:
To complete training on how to stay safe online
To run assemblies and parent workshops
To meet each half term to discuss key issues
To create promotion material such as leaflets and posters
Minutes from the Digital Leaders Meeting/(s):
Our Digital Leaders are now active. The Digital Leaders have held a cross site meeting to launch the new team and to identify the key areas of focus for 2019 – 2020. They are now undertaking the ChildNet Digital Leader modules and will then launch their action plan and hold half termly meetings. This year they are looking to:
Make online safety awareness videos
Hold an online coffee morning for parents
Engage in Safer Internet Day (February 11th 2020)
Have their own newsletter
Check out the first cross site meeting minutes of 2020 here:
Digital leaders across the three schools planned and took part in the world-wide Safer Internet Day 2019, at the BT centre on Tuesday 5th February. Their aim was to present interactive activities for peers and leaders of internet companies, to educate people about ways to give consent online. Each school planned and presented key messages. They also took part in a range of workshops led by Childnet and listened to key-note speakers; leaders from technology companies and MPs talk about the future of E-safety in the UK. They had a fantastic day and made an excellent contribution to the event.
Well done to our Digital Leaders who participated in the Safer Internet Day. They are at the top of the national leaderboard, thanks to completing their training and for earning 250 points for taking part in Safer Internet Day.