Digital Natives Go Wild Pitch at CityCamp2

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Digital Natives Go Wild Pitch at CityCamp2

  1. 1. Digital Natives Go Wild! A 21st Century Afterschool Club for Brighton & Hove www.dnaclubs.wordpress.com/thepitch
  2. 2. A 21st Century Afterschool ClubWe want the digital natives in our city to be:• Digital creators not just digital consumers• To play safe but learn to take risks – Supporting schools, teachers and families – Sharing ideas and participating fully in their community – Building skills, knowledge and values to support the well-being of the city www.dnaclubs.wordpress.com/thepitch
  3. 3. Step 1: Getting the model right• Workshop yesterday at CityCamp2• Get started• Primary schools – Elm Grove + 3 schools in Brighton & Hove – Showcase event in Brighton Digital Festival – Business plan• Lots of questions to answer – Social business, volunteers, workshops – Links with health, education and business sectors – Digital literacy research
  4. 4. Step 1: Getting the model right
  5. 5. Step 1: Getting the model rightApril – September 2012Costs 4 SCHOOLS @ 10 WEEKS Facilitator (2 hours prep, 2 hours delivery, £20 p/hour = £80 p/session) Digital agent (2 hours delivery, £20 p/hour = £40 p/session) Materials + Refreshments + Venue hire CELEBRATION EVENT - DIGITAL FESTIVAL (SEPTEMBER) EQUIPMENT : 5 x iPad2TOTAL COSTS £ 9,062Income SESSION FEES 3 kids on free school meals (B&H average 25%) p/session 17 kids charged @ £7 p/session CELEBRATION EVENT (DIGITAL FESTIVAL) CITY CAMP BRIGHTON GRANT £5,000TOTAL INCOME £ 9,080
  6. 6. Step 2: Making it work at scale
  7. 7. Step 2: Making it work at scale• More primary schools• Resources + Materials• Community links – Fathers Network – Black History/Brighton & Hove Told – Volunteering• Intergenerational
  8. 8. OutcomesHow the community gains What the children learn• Social inclusion • Active brains/active bodies• Digital inclusion • Interactive learning• Digital literacy • Family learning• 100 kids and their • Social interaction families in the next 12 • Collaborative skills months and growing • Entrepreneurship rapidly • Technology skills
  9. 9. Equalities• Digital inclusion• Free school dinners – B&H ave = 25%• Social franchise/not for profit• Disability/accessibility• Community connections – Intergenerational, family learning – Fathers project, boys literacy – Light touch CPD for teachers
  10. 10. www.dnaclubs.wordpress.com www.dnaclubs.wordpress.com/thepitch

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