26. Natterhub

Natterhub gives your children all the tools they need to become cybersmart and responsible digital citizens.

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Founders: Manjit Sareen and Caroline Allams
Founded: 2017
Website: natterhub.com

Children are increasingly clutching smartphones in their hands at earlier ages. As a parent, the thought of your kids navigating the web without the right privacy settings or even an understanding of the risks can easily make you jittery. That’s where Natterhub enters the stage.

Natterhub is an educational social media platform replete with interactive lessons that will prepare your child to responsibly surf the web.

Founded in 2017 by Manjit Sareen and Caroline Allams, Natterhub seeks to educate children in a safe and neutral online space. The aim is to prepare children to eventually enter digital spaces unaided. From understanding what a safe password looks like, to engaging respectfully in comment sections and forums, students can use Natterhub to hone their online readiness while having fun.

Most recently, Natterhub launched its Cybersmart in Seven Minutes curriculum. Designed to be easily embedded into everyday classes, founder Caroline Allams revealed that “we created Cybersmart to enable schools to easily embed the right conversations into their weekly timetable and create an instant, positive digital culture into their school”.

We created Cybersmart to enable schools to easily embed the right conversations into their weekly timetable and create an instant, positive digital culture into their school.

Natterhub has successfully pitched to Twinkl, the largest education publisher with 12 million customers. Twinkl is currently their lead investor, and they are the first company to have joined its edtech accelerator. Natterhub has also been approached by Microsoft to integrate the platform with Teams for Education. It’s also partnering with PwC – all of which attests to how disruptive Natterhub is proving to be within the educational sphere.

Having already been approached by interested parties, Natterhub hopes to be acquired in the near future.

With Natterhub, the next generation of digital citizens is poised to enter the web as responsible users that will make the internet a more inclusive, respectful, and safe virtual environment. It’s an exciting brand to watch and one we hope will have a secure future ahead.

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