Our digital awards platform is simple and easy to use, making learning more rewarding for everyone. Grow the whole child together with parents, recognising and rewarding not just academic, but also pastoral achievements and positive behaviour.
Building digital badges is easy using our intuitive platform. Simply enter the details and upload an image of your choice to create an engaging reward for pupils.
Whether you are a small primary school, a large MAT or a training provider, issuing badges individually or in bulk is simple. Soon this will be an automated process thanks to powerful integration tools.
Pupils store badges in their own secure digital backpack. These can be easily verified and then shared. Digital badges can sit alongside traditional qualifications and accreditations.
Sir Thomas Wharton Academy Case Study – A School Awards Platform with Inclusion at its Heart
“Our digital awards give all children the chance to be recognised for the great things they achieve every day, rather than the same few pupils gaining awards.” Callum Martin, teacher and rewards lead.
What are Digital Badges?
Digital badges give all pupils the chance to be recognised for the great things they achieve every day. During a typical school week, pupils are often rewarded for their achievements, progress, values and behaviours – whether that be merit points for good behaviour, a certificate for completing a challenge or a weekly Headteacher’s award.
Digital badges are a new and innovative way of celebrating and rewarding achievement in and out of school. Pupils store badges in their own secure digital backpack. These can be easily shared with family, helping to build communication between parent and child, whilst reinforcing the link between home and school. Digital badges can be collected and can sit alongside traditional qualifications and accreditations.
Create a paperless certification process whilst increasing student engagement.
Reward achievement and attainment in education at all levels.
Membership & Association
Use digital badges to verify membership and to promote a sense of belonging.
Recognise and reward non-academic skills as well as traditional attainment.