At St Matthew's we are looking to appoint our Digital Leaders from Year 5 and Year 6 for this current academic year. They are tech whizz kids and are able to help pupils and teachers with their computing. They offer training once a week to teachers and run a lunch time club for children. They also get to try out new IT equipment before it is distributed to classes.
The digital leaders will undergo a very thorough application and interview process. If you are interested in applying please see Mrs Tipton for an application form.
Our digital leaders are:
TO BE DECIDED SOON!
If you have any IT queries please complete the form below and the digital leaders will get back to you.
Meet the Digital Leaders
Hi, my name is Mohammed Yaameen and I am 11 years old. My favourite hobby is playing football. My favourite hobby on computer is Kodu Game Lab because I like programming and I like to build things. My favourite subjects at school are Maths, P.E and Art…
Hello. My name is Fatima and I am a Digital Leader. My favourite thing about being a Digital Leader is being able to help people and teach people about computers. After all that’s what I do best! My favourite software to use is Kodu game lab! I find kodu game lab a fun way to express my ideas and it’s very simple. So if you need any help come to me and I will help you!
Hi my name is Harisah. I am 11 years old and my favourite software is kodu. I’m a digital leader and I want to be the next big programmer and make a website that leads you to kid-friendly games that come from all over the world. Also I enjoy art and love watching Minecraft videos on YouTube. Playing games on my Ipad such as blockheads and dubsmash are my favourite pastimes.
Hi my name is Leah and I am a digital leader. There are eleven digital leaders, including me, to help you with you in computing so if you need help just ask one of us. I love sports like netball, football and dodgeball. I love computing programmes like kodu, prezi, scratch,and lunapic and so much more .I love a couple of video games like minecraft,minetest,roblox and prop hunt and more. My favourite thing about being a digital leader is that I get to help you and even I keep learning. So remember if you stuck you know who to call. Be a whizz programmer and you will look like you have super powers!
Hello my name is Umayr .I am 11 years old.
My favourite software is scratch because I like programming and making games. I want to be the next Bill Gates.
Hi, my name is Hiba and I am 11 years old. I am a digital leader and I like ICT. I like creating worlds and programming characters on kodu. I also like making mazes and doing fun computer activities on purple mash.
My name is Huriyah and I am 11 yrs old . I’m a digi leader and it’s lots of fun. One of my favourite computer softwares is kodu game lab because I can make anything I like; I programme the characters to do whatever I want them to do and be creative. .Try it .It’s lots of fun. Powerpoint, prezis and purple mash are also a couple of my personal favourites.
Hi, my name is Khyama and I am 11 years old. I am a digital leader and my favourite hobby is reading, however playing games online and surfing the web is also great fun too. I like making interesting powerpoints and presentations. I love experimenting with all of the different options. I discovered Purple Mash is great for learning new things and I became more obsessed with computing activities.
Hi my name is Muawiyah and Iam 11 years old. My favourite hobby is football. My favourite hobby on computer is playing Kodu Game Lab because I love doing programming. My favourite subject at school is maths and P.E.
My name is Zain and I am 11 years old. My favourite hobbie is tennis. My favourite things to do when I’m on my computer are Kodu, Windows Movie Maker and also Purple Mash. My favourite subject in school is Maths. Also I like to do computer programming.
Digital Leader Safer Internet Day
The Digital Leaders lead a fabulous assembly on Safer Internet Day to explain to pupils how children could play their part in a better internet. They recapped the SMART rules and looked at why we should embrace our differences and spread love and kindness online instead of hate. They emphasied how it is important to THINK before you post online. Is it true? Is it helpful? Is it inspiring? Is it necessary and is it kind? If the answer to any of the above, the Digital Leaders said it was probably best not to post it! Below are a couple of the videos the children shared in their assembly.