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Digital Leaders 2022 - 2023


During the Autumn Term, we have appointed our new Digital Leaders for the 2022-2023 academic year. There was a large number of high-quality applications, but the children appointed were:


Joshua – Cedar Class

Ava-Lea – Cedar Class

Christian – Sycamore Class

Eva-Rose – Sycamore Class

Summer – Rowan Class

Mia – Rowan Class

Daisy – Rowan Class


The children have taken to their roles fantastically well, showing fantastic enthusiasm and teamwork to complete our first Rochdale Digital Leaders challenge. Our work and blogs throughout the year can be found here:

Digital Leaders 2021 - 2022

Over the course of the 2021-2022 academic year, we have had our very first Digital Leaders here at Woodland!


In order to be appointed as a Digital Leader, the children had to complete an application form explaining why they suited the role and, once appointed, they formed our Digital Leaders team who were a part of the Rochdale Schools Digital Leader Programme. 


Throughout this programme, our Digital Leaders have completed challenges which were set half-termly and contributed to improving the use of digital devices and computing knowledge here at Woodland. It has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience for all involved, and I am sure that this years Digital Leaders are the pioneers for those who are to follow in their footsteps for many years to come.


If you wish to view the blogs that the team have produced, they can be found by following the link below:

Safer Internet Day 2022

On Tuesday 8th February 2022, our school participated in Safer Internet Day. The theme of the day this year was 'All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online'. The children participated in lots of fun activities which improved their knowledge of staying safe online and they were also treated to an E-Safety Scenario Workshop with the school’s Digital Leaders. As the photos below show, the day was a huge success and achieved its aim of improving our children’s knowledge and understanding in this incredibly important area of our curriculum. 

As part of the day, our Digital Leaders also created a flyer on what grown ups at home can do to keep children safe online: