Tootoot Launches To All Secondary Schools In Broadland

Written by Michael Brennan on 6th April, 2016

The Broadland tootoot launch from one of our young commissioners, Jordana

“On Wednesday 16th March I was lucky enough to attend the tootoot launch in Broadland at Acle Academy. During this launch I spoke to the local press and radio station (BBC Radio Norfolk). I also had some pictures taken with some of the prefects who had a good understanding of tootoot and how to use it so they can help some of the younger students. Us young commissioners like tootoot because it is anonymous and easy to use. tootoot will help young people in Broadland because they will no longer continue reading...

We've Partnered With Gooseberry Planet Apps

Written by Michael Brennan on 29th March, 2016

Stella James, Parent and Founder of Gooseberry Planet App's shares an insight into the dangers children face online.

Being a mum of 2 boys, aged, 9 and 14 years old, I am very aware of the challenges we all face with our children being online. I have discussions with my 9 year, as why he can't have Facebook and Instagram, just because his friends do, why can't he? My 14-year-old won't listen to a word a say as in his eyes, I am a complete weirdo and know nothing about social media/networking. I hope all of this sounds familiar to you continue reading...

Where did it all begin?

Written by Michael Brennan on 18th February, 2016

I'm Michael Brennan, the founder of tootoot. Today I thought I'd do something a little different with the blog. My team asked me 5 questions and I thought I would share my answers with you.


What drives me to help students with tootoot?

Throughout both Primary school and secondary school, I was bullied heavily as a child. I was physically, verbally and cyber bullied to the point in which I didn’t want to go to school anymore. I was fortunate enough to be able to move schools in 2008 to Berwick-upon-Tweed where I became Head Boy of my High School, Berwick Academy. continue reading...

Our top tip is to MAKE A NOISE about bullying

Written by Michael Brennan on 17th February, 2016

Our very own Michael Brennan's top tip on how to make a noise about bullying!



No matter what, it is always important that you tell someone that you are being bullied, suffering from racism or being taunted via social media. The best way to stop bullying from happening or any other problems worrying you or upsetting you, is to tell someone you trust or know like a teacher, parent or guardian. If your school has tootoot then remember you can log in to your place of learnings tootoot and confidentially report your concern.

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A Case Study by Jubilee Academy

Written by Michael Brennan on 18th January, 2016

Jubilee Academy, Kelly Vaughan – Vice Principal

Work on bullying needs to happen as children are unsure what actually constitutes as bullying.

“We needed to find a way for the children to report”

We had some parents come into school saying their child was being bullied online but it hadn't been reported to us. 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. We use Commando Joe's and they have continue reading...