KidsOKOnline (KOKO) does what it says on the tin! KOKO helps keep kids OK online and provides delightful, safe online learning and social spaces for kids, teens and adults. KOKO’s online projects, dedicated to playful social learning, have for 28 years served over 2,000,000 young people and adults in 42 countries – all in complete safety.

KOKO was founded by multi-award-winning Robert and Carole Hart Fletcher. Out of sucessful careers as teachers and head teachers they pioneered the practical use of new technologies in schools. The Hart Fletchers  have since worked with government, universities, charities and corporations around the world as specialists in online education, social learning and online child safety.

They became leaders of Apple Global Education in 1990. They created the Tesco-sponsored SchoolNetGlobal with Professor Stephen Heppell in 1998. SchoolNetGlobal became the centrepiece of the LearnZone in the Millennium Dome at Greenwich, London. In 2001 they created GridClub Clubs for the UK Government, which developed into SuperClubsPLUS.

KOKO created a Children’s Community site for Barnardo’s with their secure community engine, kokokonx. KOKO has worked with The Christie Hospital, Manchester on a project to support teenage and young adult cancer survivors. KOKO’s MySafeTXT moderation tools protected the IGGY Community. KOKO acted as expert child safety consultants for the amazing J.K.Rowling’s Pottermore social reading site. KOKO’s charity work included running the KidsandMedia UK website for four years.

KOKO is passionate about engaging adults, children and young people and keeping them safe online, and they know exactly how to do it. If you would like KOKO to help you do the same, please contact KOKO.