What is Gooseberry Planet?
Gooseberry Planet is an award-winning educational software platform designed to educate children, teachers and parents about online safety. It comprises four products: Gooseberry Play, Gooseberry Guru and two e-learning CPD courses on Safeguarding and the Prevent Duty.
Gooseberry Play provides ready-made resources to enable schools to teach online safety to 5-13 year olds. It uses game-based learning as part of a comprehensive package of teaching resources including digital workbooks and short online games to reinforce teaching and make learning fun. It helps schools meet their statutory obligations and delivers detailed results to prove compliance.
There are 60 lessons in 5 different age levels. These are designed around scenarios which children may face online and are mapped against the online safety aspects of the computing, RSE & Health curricula and the UKCIS framework Education for a connected world.
Why should I use Gooseberry Planet?
Unique Learning Experience
A Comprehensive E-Safety Toolkit
Demonstrates a Whole School Approach
Embed Learning with an Ongoing Course
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In this digital age, where children have devices at their fingertips from a young age and often use them unsupervised, developing the knowledge and strategies to stay safe online is an essential life skill. Education needs to start young and to be delivered regularly throughout their schooling to help them develop the digital resilience needed to cope with online risks and challenges.
Gooseberry Alerts contain practical e-safety tips and information for you to share amongst your school community. We keep on top of the latest e-safety research, trending apps and online risks to enable you to be informed and prepared.
What Do Our Clients Say?
Ofcom launches campaign to encourage young users to report harmful content, UK Finance find over £1.3 billion lost to frauds in 2021, Snapchat introduces subscription with new location feature and government review finds biometric laws inadequate.
Instagram trials new age verification video tools, Meta is challenged by BBC about failure to remove upskirting images, FCA tackles more online scams and Children’s Commissioner issues call to action for parents of young children.
Meta introduces new parental controls on Instagram and Quest virtual reality headsets, Discord also improves moderation tools, young people identified as most at risk of online investment scams and new digital strategy announced by UK Govt.
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