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National Online Safety App Picks Up Two Teach Awards

In exciting news, we are proud to announce that the National Online Safety App has been successful in two categories at the Teach Awards 2021.

Teach Primary

In the Teach Primary Awards, our app won the 4* star award, recognising the breadth of resources available and how it provides a convenient and flexible way for schools to support their staff in providing high-quality remote learning and safeguarding pupils online.

Lee Parkinson (Mr P ICT), primary teacher, author and teacher trainer, who was the main judge for this category, stated:

Teach Secondary

The National Online Safety App also won the 3* star award in the Teach Secondary category which acknowledged the rounded functionality of the app and it’s ease of use.

Adrian Briggs, who is a curriculum leader of computer science and lead teacher of virtual digital technology at Middleton Technology School, and who judged this category, stated:

James Southworth, Director for the National Education Group, under which National Online Safety sits, said:

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