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Digital Ambassadors

 

The digital ambassadors are children who have a love for technology and have volunteered to help the staff and children at Valley make the most of their learning through technology. They play an active role in supporting lessons where laptops/iPads are required, and they come up with new ideas on how to promote the use of technology across Valley.

 

Their main responsibilities include:

  • Collecting and returning iPads/laptops for lessons
  • Hand out and collect iPads/laptops from the class, ensuring they are put back on charge
  • Take part in virtual meetings to make decisions 
  • Helping other children with logging in
  • Leading digital class assemblies 

 

This Years Digital Ambassadors are:

Max and Renee Bell  Year 1
Noah and Lola Lee  Year 1
Noah and Esme Shaw  Year 1
Annabelle and Harry Pankhurst  Year 2
Lottie-Mae and Willow Churchill  Year 2
Elizabeth and Chloe Nightingale  Year 2
Jessica and Kian Hockney  Year 3
Bethany and Muadh Riley  Year 3
Hayden and Isabella Lowry  Year 3
Harrison and Holly Newton  Year 4
Caleb and Millie Sharman  Year 4
Qasim and Dylan Hawking  Year 4
Alfie and Alex Webber  Year 5
Nellie and Abdy Holst  Year 5
Inayah and Oliver Lynn  Year 5
Alex and Safuan Ennis  Year 6
Seth and Kelsi Farah  Year 6
Finnley and Kai-Yin Simmonds  Year 6

 

Our Digital Ambassadors work to celebrate so far...

The Digital Ambassadors are excited to launch our new interactive floors! 

 

Please read our letter which we wrote to parents below:

Click here to watch the video we made explaining some of the things which our interactive floors can do.

For Safer Internet Day 2021, the digital ambassadors arranged a whole-school competition to make a poster about how to keep safe online. Take a look at the winning posters:

 

UKS2 and overall winner: Grace A

EYFS: Tobias W

KS1: Jack W

LKS2 Brooke H

 

Harrison S, Caleb S and Bethany M in years 3 and 4 also designed these certificates to give to the winners of the competition!

The digital ambassadors decided on a whole school initiative whereby the children at Valley would use PurpleMash computer software to design Christmas Ecards. The children thought a lovely way to spread some Christmas joy, would be to send some of these Ecards to local charities, NHS workers and carehomes.
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