Welcome to
Make a noise

Internet Matters and Tootoot are working together to beat bullying through a whole school programme, providing students, parents and teachers with a combined resource hub and reporting platform, supported by the DfE.

Supported by the Department for Education we are inviting schools to take part in a pilot programme that provides students, parents and teachers with an online service to report any bullying and cyberbullying concerns they may have, in order to prompt action by schools.

At the core of the programme will be the tootoot online reporting platform which gives easy and simple ways to report all issues and, in order to help address the issues raised, the reporting platform will be supplemented by a comprehensive hub, dedicated to the user – developed by Internet Matters and content from other key charities and organisations.

Our aim is to create a one-stop shop for bullying support and incorporate students, parents and teachers nationwide.

Key features of the Make a noise hub

Reporting platform and app with resources for students

Resource hub and reporting platform for parents

Safeguarding platform and resource hub for staff

How to get involved

The Make a noise programme will take place is 6 regional areas all around the UK, and is open to 50 schools in each area. To register your school’s interest click below and enter your details, a member of the team will be in touch to explain the next steps.

Supported by the DfE

This year we're proud to be supported by the Department for Education. The Make a noise programme will be giving 300 school and 120,000 pupils a voice to speak up, as well as providing industry leading resources for schools and academies nationwide.

Education secretary Justine Greening said:

“School should be a safe place where children can go to grow and learn. No child should ever be bullied and apps like this now mean support for any child is only a click away.”

With thanks to

The Make a noise programme connects students, parents and teachers with valuable resources from a number of organisations and we would like to extend our thanks to them all. Here are just some of those organisations.