"Natterhub is the perfect Trojan Horse to engage children in the serious matter of online safety. As teachers and parents it's the magic we've all been waiting for. Clever, thoughtful, vibrant and exciting!"
Kate Ringrose, The Courtyard School,Belgium
"With the intuitive interface, thorough teaching notes and brilliant visuals, the Welcome Lesson went down an absolute treat. The children commented throughout and were able to get a full understanding of how Natterhub works."
Anne Davidson, Thomas', Clapham
"It's clear that the visuals, language choices and subject matter of each lesson has been carefully crafted to be appropriate to each year group."
Katie Hitchcox, Hall Grove School, Surrey
"Natterhub have put thought into lesson functionality, assessment, communication and curriculum alignment. As a head teacher, it is the sort of platform I recommend that schools consider implementing."
Julie Harris, Oak House British School, Barcelona
"The training was perfectly pitched. The information presented allows us all to get started – even the less confident staff. Huge thanks to your CCO, Caroline, and to the Natterhub team!"
Amanda Konrath, St Faith's CofE Infant School
"We are thoroughly loving the platform and the children love it too. It's very detailed and extensive and it has given the children the opportunity to have deep meaningful discussions while enjoying the platform."
Jess Smales, Swallownest Primary School
"As soon as you start using the platform, you realise how intuitive it is and how school friendly it is too."
Geoff Woods, Maidwell Primary School
"Natterhub could not have come at a more opportune time. It enables teachers to teach their students to be responsible, kind and safe as they venture out into the digital world."
Mohini Baha, Brookhouse School, Kenya
"It's easily structured from a teacher’s perspective and you can pick and choose lessons to fit into the Computing and PSHE Curriculum."
Jess Rowe, Mere Brow CE School, Preston
"Pupils can take risks in a safe environment, and learn from them. They can make mistakes without real-world digital consequences. And the visual assessment aspect just boosts their self-esteem and provides a lot of motivation."