Welcome to the Digital Leaders’ Blog!

Welcome! This blog will be run by the Digital Leaders of our school and will keep a record of our work throughout the year. You can expect to see:

  • Reviews of new software and games
  • Tech news articles e.g. about Virtual Reality
  • Tutorials or tips for using Purple Mash tools, as well as other software used in school
  • Event write-ups e.g. computing related trip, visitors in school, Digital Leader training

The most important job of the Digital Leaders is to make sure that children know how to keep safe online, therefore they will also be posting many online safety hints and tips. 

Finally, please make sure to ask the Digital Leaders any computing related questions you may have – they will be happy to help in any way that they can!

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All about what you should do if you are getting bullied online!

First don’t get upset. Then block and unfriend and report the person. Then tell an adult straight away. Don’t chat to the person then you could get the blame for why they are being mean. Then if you want to be safe put your account on private or delete it. If you have enjoyed like and comment. Ceira .H.


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Games according to Ages!

Some times you have to make sure that you playing games according to your ages. There are so many games that people are playing which aren’t there age group. Kids in reception are playing games like Roblox,  Fortnite, Minecraft, etc. E-safety is to do with games that are not your age group. If you don’t know whether the game that you are about to play is for your age group, don’t play it and ask a trusted adult. Educational games like Think U Know will help your children understand more about e-safety.

 

See the source imageThink u know is a educational game7.

See the source image This is a bad game for children under 8.

See the source imageThis is a game for over 12.

See the source image This is a game for over 13.

Saleeka.

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the Digital Leaders Blogs!

Hi! My name is Saleeka, I am from year 6. I help people with the work on laptops who don’t understand how to do something. Today I am introducing a game called… THINK U KNOW. This is a game for all types of ages. This helps the little children understand more about e-safety. If you go on to the age rate of 8-10 then you will be able to play a game called Band Runner. All you have to do is choose a character and jump over obstacles and when your friend asks you a question you should see if it is a bad question or a good question when you have decided whether it is a good or bad question then press YES or NO.
Remember that you should follow the e-safety rules and then play games that include the e-safety rules. If for instance the game that your about to play is over your age rate (LIKE FORTNITE) then you shouldn’t play it.
That’s it for today but make sure you check out any other posts from the other Digital leader Members.

Saleeka

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Games I recommend and I don’t

Movies

for 0-4 year olds I think this cartoon called Paw patrol or Nursery Rhymes.

for 5-7 I recommend a movie like tangled or gnome alone and other Pixar or Disney films.

for 6-8 I say it has to be like the worst witch or my little pony or Alvin and the chipmunks.

for 7-9 I think something more realistic like Malibu Rescue  or Sugar Rush or Goosebumps.

Right adults and teens you can watch any adult or teenager film like avengers the meg the silence and others like horror.

Gaming [children]

for kids they should play Fortnite, Roblox, Minecraft, Golden Axe and Sonic.

Ceira .H.

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Think you know

Hi, today I’m recommending an e-safety game. This will test your knowledge about e-safety. It’s called Think you know. You get to choose your character and then jump over objects. Don’t worry if you bump into an object because a question will appear. For eg ” hey I game with this person and it wants to meet me in real life. Should I meet them or not?”. If this happens in real life never meet, you don’t know what they’ll do. But if you know them in real life already like a friend it’s alright. Hope you enjoy this game bye.

By, Seedra

 

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Facts about e-safety

 Staying safe online : some golden rules

. Don’t give out personal information, such as your address or phone number

. Don’t send pictures of yourself to anyone, especially indecent pictures

. Don’t open emails or attachments from people you don’t know

. Don’t become online ‘ friends ‘ with people you don’t know 

. Never arrange to meet someone in person who you’ve met online

. If anything you see or read online worries you, tell someone about it

Thank you for listening, please be sure to be safe. If you want follow these rules. Bye

By, Seedra

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All about Digital Leaders!

Digital Leaders are members to tell people about E-Safety and we have the job of putting laptops away, how to stay safe, talking about games you should use and everything about computing.

Who are the Digital Leaders?

Me [Ceira] , Seedra, Faizan, Saleeka and others.

  What reason is the Digital Leaders helping?

 We do this job to help and talk about E-safety and other things to be safe online.

Hoped you enjoyed everyone leave a like and comment if you want to be a digital leader.

Ceira .H.Image result for Pictures of Cartoon Computers

 

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Welcome to our blog

Our blog will be updated regularly with information about school events, examples of children’s learning and also additional work and support for children at home. Our blogs provide our children with a real audience and purpose for writing. Please feel free to comment and give us feedback on any of our posts. Your comments will be monitored before going live and then will  be shared with the children.

Enjoy!

 

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