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Digital Leaders Celebrate Anti-Bullying Week

Posted on 12 December 2018

Anti-bullying week 2018 ran from 19th to 23rd of November 2018 and Digital Leaders from around the UK ran a variety of fantastic events.

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Digital Leaders showcase their plans to European Networks

Posted on 09 November 2018

Our Childnet Digital Leaders welcome Safer Internet Centres from across Europe!

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Childnet launch new website to showcase Digital Leaders across the country

Posted on 05 September 2018

To coincide with the start of the new school year Childnet, a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre, have launched a new Digital Leaders website, 

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British Film Institute train Digital Leaders competition winners

Posted on 25 July 2018

Last term we challenged the Childnet Digital Leaders to create an engaging film to explain what they like about their role as Digital Leaders.  The schools entered for a chance to win training from the British Film Institute and the Childnet Education team.

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Young people inspire their parents, teachers, and friends to stay safe online

Posted on 16 July 2018

We caught up with the Digital Leaders from St John Bosco Roman Catholic Primary School to find out how they are inspiring others to behave positively and safely online.

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Secondary Digital Leaders train a future generation of students

Posted on 29 June 2018

Digital Leaders from Malvern College achieved their ‘Educating Young People’ badge by running training at a local primary school.

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Childnet Digital Leaders Programme launching in September 2015

Posted on 11 May 2015

We’re delighted to announce that registration is now open for Childnet’s exciting new peer-to-peer education programme for secondary schools! 

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