Pupil Voice Week: No one should suffer in silence.

Written by Lucy Harvey on 20th September, 2017

Pupil Voice Week 2017 aims to celebrate the diversity and individuality of the pupil voice, encouraging pupils to use their voice be themselves and create positivity for those around them. We are lucky to have some fantastic partners supporting the week this year. eAWARE provide digital safeguarding in schools, in this blog their Lead Content Developer Joe Brewer explores the role pupil voice plays when tackling cyberbullying.

“No one should suffer in silence.” How many times have you heard that saying? Plenty I’m sure. Now ask yourself “How many times have I continue reading...

Written by Lucy Harvey on 15th September, 2017

Sign-up to the second Pupil Voice Week at pupilvoiceweek.co.uk to join us for a week of activities from the 25th – 29th September 2017.

With over 300 schools taking part in Pupil Voice Week last year we are so excited to be launching this year’s campaign with the theme ‘It’s Your Voice’.

Pupil Voice Week aims to celebrate the diversity and individuality of The Pupil Voice, encouraging pupils to use their voice to be themselves and create positivity for those around them.

The week will also have a focus on a pupils' mental health, ensuring that continue reading...

Written by Michael Brennan on 16th May, 2017

Tootoot announce today the launch of their anti-bullying and safeguarding platform in United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The platform and app, which is available 24/7, 365 days a year is six times more effective at resolving incidences than face-to- face reporting. Bullying is currently an issue in many UAE schools, with 60 per cent of teenage boys experiencing bullying, according to Abu Dhabi Education Council. Worryingly, only 1 in 10 pupils actually tell someone about the issues they are facing. tootoot solves this problem by providing pupils with a safe and easy way to take the first step towards resolving their continue reading...

Written by Kieran Innes on 26th February, 2017

Our friends over at Commando Joe's have recently launched a whole new package for primary schools, centred around our character and life skills curriculum – the exciting top-secret ‘COJO Box’.

Their instructor-led programme is completely unique – and it works. With proven results in increasing levels of attainment, attendance and behaviour, we’re extremely proud of our impact so far.

But in order to reach as many young people as possible, and support schools when they are not there, they wanted to provide another option.

So what’s in the box and what does it continue reading...

Written by Kieran Innes on 25th January, 2017

2017 was always set to be a big year for tootoot, and it’s certainly not disappointed so far! Today (24th January 2017) has brought the arrival of our brand new updated IOS app for iPhone and iPad. Developers at tootoot have been busy behind the scenes for a very long time analysing our old application, seeing what works and what needs updating to make the app even better!

One of the biggest updates for the app was to introduce push notifications for users. This allows students as well as mentors to be notified when a case has continue reading...