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Giving children a voice


Tootoot is an award-winning reporting platform and app for schools that allows students to report everything from instances of bullying and cyberbullying to questions about homework or worries about a friend. Tootoot has four key features that work together to create a whole-school approach to safeguarding: Pupil Voice gives pupils a safe space to raise concerns through anonymous and confi dential conversations with staff, and Incident Recording saves staff time and paperwork by giving them an easy way to record safeguarding and behaviour-related incidents. Parent Voice supports communication between parents and the school, and real-time reports allow evidence-based decisions to be actioned quickly and effectively.


Jaime Traynor, Pastoral Support Offi cer, Ince CofE Primary School, Wigan (440 pupils): ‘Tootoot keeps us on the ball and highlights what’s happening in pupils’ lives. One of its many benefi ts is that students feel much more comfortable in confi ding about matters at home and at school. We use Tootoot with all our Key


Stage 2 children as we’ve found they benefi t from it most. The younger students feel much more confi dent telling adults about their concerns, but as students move up the school they are less willing to tell. Plus, of course, Key Stage 2 students typically have more exposure to electronic devices. We have Tootoot champions –


students who are knowledgeable and


passionate about Tootoot – who take school assemblies and go around showing other students how to set up Tootoot on their electronic devices. Reports are easy to generate with


one click, and we are able to look at trends happening in school – for example, one week there may be an increase in cyberbullying linked to the Xbox or it may be about friendship issues in the playground. We can then act quickly and relevantly and have, in the past, invited the police or charities into school to talk to students about how to deal with these issues. I believe every school should have


Tootoot – it’s such a helpful tool.’ ● For more information, visit tootoot.co.uk


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