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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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Written by Lucy Harvey on 17th May, 2018

Thanks to your recommendations we’ve enhanced our app’s login process, introduced “tags” for pupil searches and have created a new “linked mentor” section within the app. Based on your feedback we’ve also updated the buttons used for revealing a pupil’s identity to make the process clearer. We’re excited to introduce these tweaks to you. We […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 10th May, 2018

Get your school ready for Mental Health Awareness Week with tootoot’s free resources! Running from the 14th – 20th May 2018, Mental Health Awareness Week looks to address how stress affects our Mental Health and Wellbeing. Why is Mental Health Awareness Week Important? Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 3rd May, 2018

Based on your feedback we’ve improved the way messages are sent in the tootoot iOS app. We’ve also introduced draft messages so you can go in and out of the tootoot app without losing your text! Draft messages – no more starting over!  ✉ Previously, if a message was written by a pupil – or […]

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