A COMPREHENSIVE E-SAFETY TOOLKIT FOR THE WHOLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY

An award-winning product for Parents, Students and Teachers

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Gooseberry Games

What is game-based learning and how can you use it to make your lessons more engaging and effective? Give your teachers the tools they need.

Gooseberry Guru

We all have a role to play in making the internet a safe and enjoyable place for everyone!

Gooseberry CPD

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Gooseberry Safeguarding & Prevent CPD online training programmes provide teachers with everything they need to know.

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KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE ONLINE

Gooseberry Planet is an award-winning educational software platform that supports and enhances curriculum delivery for online safeguarding in primary schools. Gooseberry Planet has been developed with the whole school community in mind and can be assessed by teachers, students and parents, both at school and at home via PC, tablet or mobile.

Using game-based learning, Gooseberry Planet is totally unique. It offers a fresh, engaging and innovative approach to teaching e-safety. Pupils face real-life online scenarios to which they must respond, whilst simultaneously collecting stars and competing with their class mates. The game levels address a broad range of topics concerning current online threats and are tailored for different abilities, with audio support for those children who are less able.

Understand e-safety

Register for a quick online demo and one of our e-safety experts will be happy to show you how Gooseberry Planet can provide you with all the tools you need to educate your students about how to stay safe online.

What teachers are saying

“We just wanted to share with you our recent Ofsted report as it makes specific reference to e-safety. The Ofsted inspectors were very impressed with the way in which the students could speak about e-safety and this is down to the work that you have done with the students, staff and parents – thank you so much.”