Welcome to Shavington Primary School's eCadets webpage. ECadets is a pupil led programme that teaches children how to stay safe online. Our eCadets get their own eCadet Zone,which is filled with information and resources. They are set termly challenges through which they learn new online skills and share their knowledge across the school community.
This page will keep you up to date with all the of the challenges that our ecadet team will be doing.
Meet our ecadets
Aaron Lee (year 3) Sienna Butler (year 3)
Georgia Spence(year 4) Harry Roberts(year 4) Alfie Gawn (year 5) Lucy Shaw (year 5)
Max Stapleton(year 6) Ava Boss(year 6)
Autumn term 2 (2016) Our new ecadets
We are delighted to announce that our new year 3 ecadets are Aaron Lee and Sienna Butler. They were interviewed by our current ecadets and shone through in the interviews. Well done you two!!!
Autumn term 1 (2016) Recruiting our new ecadets to year 3
Welcome back everyone. We hope that you have had a great holiday and that you have been safe online. This term we have 3 new challenges to get going with. As we say goodbye to last year's year 6 pupils all the other Ecadets move up in their new posts, which means we are in search of 2 new Ecadets for year 3. We will be recruiting with the new year 3 children and can't wait to announce who our new Ecadets are, so watch this space!
Summer term 1 PEGI ratings challenge
Happy days! We have completed our first challenge as eCadets.
It was all about PEGI ratings and being safe when playing games. PEGI ratings (Pan European Game Information) are like age ratings for games. They also have other badges that warn you about what is in the game.
There are two eCadets in every class in ks2. They all taught their own class about the ratings on games and what to do if there isn’t any. We also talked about who is responsible for keeping us safe online and realised that the most important person is ourselves. In addition we showed the children a power point that the eCadets made (you can see this in the attachments at the bottom)