Gooseberry Planet - Learning e-safety Through Play
Gooseberry Planet is an award-winning software platform, which is designed to educate children, teachers and parents about the dangers online through game based learning. In other words, they offer a fully interactive and engaging game platform from which children can learn to use the internet responsibly and safely. The software is intended to be used both in schools and at home: it offers a child-centred and coordinated approach to safeguarding and is totally unique as it also offers an assessment and monitoring system for both teachers and parents. They have created a 12-week programme for each and every child in every year of School (5-14 years-old). Gooseberry Planet consists of three portals that work alongside each other.
Gooseberry Student allows your students to play our engaging game and learn through consequence.
Gooseberry Teacher works with Gooseberry Student; this allows the teacher to monitor the class whilst playing.
Gooseberry Parent allows the parent to see how their child is reacting within the game.
They can train you to personally deliver online safety to your school. They will equip your teachers within your school with all the knowledge and resources you need, saving time on research and preparation and most importantly, giving YOU the flexibility to control, manage and deliver workshops at your convenience to students, teachers and parents.
Gooseberry Planet CPD: E-learning Training
Safeguarding Lead or Head teacher will be able to see the progression of each member of staff via a results panel within the Gooseberry Planet Platform. Each person will have the ability to access all the training material over a 12-month programme to improve their previous score or to pass a module when failed in the past.
Gooseberry Prevent CPD: PREVENT Training
Gooseberry Planet have developed a comprehensive, accessible CPD that covers all aspects of the Prevent Duty that affect education.
Gooseberry Alerts: Free Resource For All Schools
Gooseberry Alerts are free of charge to every school, the alerts are sent out every month covering different topics. They focus on what is happening in the online space, such as games, risks and the latest apps. Each alert will have a talk point for the student, a help guides for the teacher and advice for the parent.