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Written by admin on 5th October, 2018

On the 10th of October schools around the world will be celebrating World Mental Health Day and exploring ways that they can support their pupils’ mental health wellbeing at a time when the world is changing so rapidly. To help you celebrate World Mental Health Day we have created a free assembly and a whole-school activity […]

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Written by admin on 11th September, 2018

After a record-breaking year last year, with over 150,000 pupils joining, tootoot’s Pupil Voice Week is back and bigger than ever. Running from the 24th – 28th September, this year’s Pupil Voice Week has more partners and resources than ever before to help schools celebrate. With the theme ‘Use Your Voice’ Pupil Voice Week this year will celebrate all of the incredible […]

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Written by admin on 4th September, 2018

A new year should be a positive time for the millions of pupils returning to school this week. However, a recent survey announced by the Diana Award has taught us that almost half of children have worried about returning to class after the holidays because of bullying. Why does bullying happen? Bullying can happen when […]

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Written by admin on 20th June, 2018

Our co-founder Michael launched tootoot in 2013 with the vision of helping just one child speak-up about the concerns they were facing. Since then we have worked closely with schools to build tootoot into something that makes children and young people throughout the UK (and the world!) feel safer and happier. Today, we’re pleased to […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 31st May, 2018

Junior Premier League kicks out abuse with safeguarding app tootoot sport Over 10,000 young footballers given access to the anonymous reporting app Agreement comes after revelations of widespread historical child abuse in football Junior Premier League aspires to be the safest football league and sports organisation in the world A new initiative hopes to tackle […]

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