Natterhub wins ‘transformational impact’ award

The company that aspires to teach primary school pupils to be better online citizens is only two years old

Digital literacy platform Natterhub has won the Best Transformational Impact prize at the Bett awards 2022.

The awards organised in association with Beta named the platform, only founded at the start of the pandemic, with its prize for making a positive impact on education.

The online safety learning platform aimed at primary school children aspires to equip users with the tools and skills necessary to navigate safely online by focusing on digital literacy, responsible behaviour, the importance of kindness in online relationships, and digital footprints.

The company’s chief executive, Manjit Sareen, described the prize as an “amazing accolade” for their “hard-working team”.

The awards were announced on 23 March at the show in London.

The London Grid for Learning (LGfL) clinched the Best Wellbeing and the Digital Wellness & Safeguarding Resource at the Bett awards. 

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