Safeguarding made simple.
Reporting platform and app for students
Incident recording and logging for staff
Real-time reports for SLT & governing bodies
Our ambassador Will Mellor explains the problems faced by many students and young people on a daily basis.
The old way
The new way
This year we're proud to be supported by the Department for Education. Working in partnership with Internet Matters, we will be giving an additional 120,000 pupils a voice to speak up, as well as providing industry leading resources for pupils, parents and staff nationwide. Read more about our partnership on our news page.
Education secretary Justine Greening said:
“School should be a safe place where children can go to grow and learn. No child should ever be bullied and apps like this now mean support for any child is only a click away.”
"We knew we had to do something different to what was already in place in school. We needed to find a way for the children to report what was happening but in such a way that they felt safe."
"I believe every school has some issue with bullying and now more so online safety and cyberbullying, as everybody perceives bullying differently. We wanted a safe area where children could report any issues they were having in school."
"We have an excellent history of dealing with safeguarding issues here yet we can't always know about everything. I see how students love to use their phones and tablets to communicate and tootoot provided an easier way to communicate concerns."