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Natterhub wins 'Transformational Impact' Award at Bett 2022

Natterhub wins 'Transformational Impact' Award at Bett 2022

Bett Awards 2022: Natterhub Win 'Best Transformational Impact' Award



Natterhub are delighted to announce they have won the award for 'Best Transformational Impact' at this year's Bett Awards 2022. Organised in association with BETA, these prestigious awards are a celebration of creativity and innovation across the EdTech industry. Bett is the world's leading showcase of technology solutions for education, and the awards are the pinnacle of recognition for education suppliers everywhere. 


Natterhub are honoured to have won the award for 'Best Transformational Impact' at the event held in central London on 23rd March. Launched at the start of the pandemic, Natterhub's innovative online safety learning platform has been a game-changer in its mission to prepare primary school children to thrive online.


The judges were extremely impressed by Natterhub’s immersive and interactive platform which maintained connectivity for learners throughout the pandemic. The focus on digital literacy, online safety and the emphasis on teaching students about their digital footprints, along with raising the profile of kindness, made this a winning transformational and impactful platform.


CEO Manjit Sareen said, "We were absolutely delighted to receive this amazing accolade at this year's awards ceremony. It means so much to our hard-working team to be acknowledged for the incredible work they have done to help children thrive in a digital world."


Natterhub Co-Founder and educator Caroline Allams added, "The education sector has seen many challenges over the past two years, so we are incredibly honoured that our platform has been recognised by for its impact on the teaching of online safety during tumultuous times. A big thank you to our phenomenal team, wonderful community of schools and parents, and our colleagues in the EdTech industry, for making this happen."


Find out more about Natterhub's award-winning online safety learning platform for primary schools and how it can help children become safe and kind digital citizens.

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