Every child has the right to thrive online, so Natterhub has been designed to teach primary school pupils how to be safe and kind digital citizens.

Natterhub is a safe gated platform featuring over 250 interactive lessons for teachers to deliver an impactful online safety and digital literacy curriculum.

Natterhub teaches children to approach the internet with kindness, empathy, resilience and critical thinking - skills that will last them a lifetime.

Twinkl is a global educational publisher that produces teacher-created resources to be used at each step of a child’s learning journey.

By using Twinkl, educators across the world have access to thousands of teacher-created worksheets, activities and learning games that can be used by anyone, anywhere.

Twinkl is committed to transforming people’s lives through education and making learning accessible to all.

Twinkl and Natterhub are supporting the families and schools receiving ‘Laptops for Kids’ devices by providing essential free learning resources.

Natterhub is ensuring that every pupil who gets a device through the Laptops For Kids scheme is as safe as possible when they use it.

Their helpful blog explains all...

  • First, set up your free trial account
  • Explore the interactive lessons and news feed
  • To continue accessing the core content, get in touch with Natterhub at info@natterhub.com and they will set you up with a Laptops For Kids account, completely free of charge

Click here to read Natterhub’s ‘Laptops for Kids’ blog

Twinkl has created an exclusive blog for those receiving devices, outlining their top tips to help you access free activities and support.

Check out Twinkl’s handy blog for information on...

  • How to set up your free Twinkl account
  • How to navigate the Twinkl website
  • How to download free Twinkl resources for all age groups
  • How to access free Twinkl online support tools and digital content that will make learning from home as easy as possible

Click here to read Twinkl’s ‘Laptops for Kids’ blog

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