Digital Leaders - we need you!

Oct. 13, 2020

Digital Leaders are children with a passion for technology who want to share their knowledge with others and promote the use of all things digital throughout the school. Being a Digital Leader is a fantastic opportunity for pupils and enables them to take on responsibility, learn new skills, develop and demonstrate leadership skills.

We are updating and launching our new Digital Leader scheme after half term – completely free for Purple Mash subscribers. We will be setting termly challenges for them to complete and share their knowledge with other schools via our new Purple Mash Digital Leader Blog.

The Digital Leader pack includes ideas and tips, posters, application forms, termly challenges and we will also send out a termly Newsletter that will update you with developments in Purple Mash.

But we need your help!

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We would love to have Purple Mash Digital Leader T-shirts, but we are stuck on what design it could be... So, who better to design them then the children themselves! Entering our Digital Leader Design competition is easy, using this template, children can use their imagination to design our new t-shirts! The winning entry will have their design made up and we will send 10 t-shirts to the winning school along with a couple of 2Simple goody bags. Designs can be completed in Purple Mash, or the templates can be printed off for the children to design. Entries should be emailed to us at community@2simple.com.

The design should only be in the main part of the t-shirt, it cannot be on the sleeve, and should contain no more than 3 separate colours, you may want to include Purple!

This could be a perfect project to set over half term and entries will be open from 19th October through to 13th November.

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We can’t wait to see your designs! You can also share your designs via Social Media on either our Twitter or Facebook pages