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Written by Lucy Harvey on 24th April, 2018

We’ve been improving our support section to make it quicker to ask us questions and even easier to use tootoot! We also know the security of our app is really important to you. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve completed an update that makes our app safer for everyone that uses it. Intercom – […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 12th April, 2018

We are always listening to your feedback, and using your suggestions to improve tootoot for schools, staff and pupils. We recently announced a load of new features, including our updated iOS app. Since then we’ve been getting feedback from as many schools as possible, and building this feedback into updates that make your life easier.. […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 27th February, 2018

It’s important to us that tootoot is easy to use for both you and your pupils and, most importantly, that it is effective in helping pupils with any concerns they may have. For us that means giving you the best experience possible on all devices, but particularly on the app which so many of you […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 6th February, 2018

Today St Matthew’s RC Primary School in Walton officially launched the anti-bullying and safeguarding app tootoot education to their pupils for Safer Internet Day.

Tootoot education is an online anti-bullying and safeguarding platform and app that allows pupils to speak about any concerns or issues they have directly to their place of learning.

St. Matthew’s RC Primary already have an excellent anti-bullying system in place with eCadets and pupil mentors. The eCadets are a national programme; a group of pupils within a school who become trained online. The school also has a mentor scheme in which pupil’s volunteer to assist other children with bullying and friendship issues.

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Written by admin on 31st January, 2018

On Tuesday 6th February it’s Safer Internet Day 2018, Safer Internet Day is an annual event which promotes the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. 2018’s slogan is “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.

Coordinated by the UK Safer Internet Centre, hundreds of organisations, including tootoot, are helping promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.

Tootoot will be sharing online resources for teachers including assembly plans, activities and fact sheets to help pupils explore the role they can play in helping to create a better and safer online community.

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