If you’re a parent and you’d like your child to be able to explore the internet in a safe, controlled and yet fun way, then our latest startup of the week ought to be right up your street.
Azoomee is an innovative new platform which is aiming to be a place “where children can be children online”.
The platform which is aimed at primary school children will feature heaps of content which is both educational and fun. From cooking and science tutorials through to computer games and an art app - there’s something for every child here. There are even cartoons about staying safe online.
The content featured on the site will be commissioned and curated by a team of parents, teachers and children’s media experts to ensure that not only is it all age appropriate and relevant but that it’s of real quality too. And with the NSPCC as a key strategic partner, you can be sure that the content is entirely safe for your child to watch, read and learn from.
Although the platform won’t launch officially until later in the year, if you’re a parent of a child aged between 5-11, you can sign up now and become a tester.
Why not also check out the short video below which will give you a little more insight into what it’s all about.
We love what the Azoomee folk are doing with this platform - they’re reclaiming the internet for kids and that surely is no bad thing…
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