respectme reward portal
Website coding & design
We worked with anti-bullying charity respectme to create an online version of a toolkit they had created for schools.
The toolkit had been produced in paper form and was used for a pilot, helping schools examine their anti-bullying practices and identify areas for improvement.
This was a success but the respectme team identified that it wasn’t scalable to roll out across Scotland as it required a large amount of manual intervention – something that would not be practical with a larger number of schools.
The team identified that a web-based solution would better meet their needs, allowing schools to complete a larger amount of the work directly and notifying respectme when their input was required.Visit this site
What we did
We worked with the team to transfer the existing toolkit into a web-based format, building this in a custom system that will allow them to manage and update it going forward. It was based around respectme’s existing branding and colour scheme, which transferred well to use for the site.
The toolkit system is deliberately designed to be flexible, allowing schools (or, in future, other community groups) to register themselves, add extra users, and start the assessment process, including through features like sending out surveys to children, staff and parents. It collates the results and presents these to the school and to the respectme team.
Text information can be updated directly via the site’s CMS, and user accounts can also be managed there. The system also allows the team to manage schools’ progress, marking sections as complete when they are ready to move on, and providing information on best practice to add to an interactive map where appropriate.
The system also allows users to access downloads, which include assets such as certificates that can be handed out to pupils by a school as well as badges to show that the school has completed the process.
We built a detailed reporting system as well, allowing the team to access key statistics around the platform’s use.
They said …
Working with David and Jill at fuzzylime to deliver our respectme reward digital platform was an absolute joy.
Their ability to respond fully and swiftly to the brief set and then to interpret, anticipate and add enormous value to our requirements way exceeded our expectations.
The finished product was delivered ahead of schedule and is intuitive and easy to navigate.
Nothing was ever a problem to fuzzylime throughout the whole process, and we are excited to be launching the programme nationally in Spring 2023.
Lorraine Glass, Interim Director, respectme, Scotland's Anti-Bullying Service