KidsOKOnline (KOKO) helps keep teens and kids safe online.

Engaging Children.

KOKO has spent many years successfully engaging children and teens – tens of thousands of them – in projects. We’ll help you to reach out and involve them actively in your projects.

Engaging Children and Young People

Do you need to reach out and engage children and young people? The KOKO team can help you communicate in their language, involve them actively and creatively in your project and even help you change their behaviour online and offline.

We’ve done it with great success for RSPCA, NSPCC, BBC, Channel Four, Tesco, Natwest and various government departments – and we can do it for you.

Here’s just a few of the projects the KOKO team have been involved in:

Why Choose KOKO?

  • Reach out to children and teens
  • Get them actively involved
  • Change attitudes and behaviour


Could KOKO help with your project?


We created  Tesco SchoolNet 2000 (TSN2K), an online publishing community where children posted pages about their lives and interests. Over 18,000 primary schools took part across the UK.


We helped promote the re-launch of Childline, engaging children in their tens of thousands in online activities designed to raise their self esteem and increase their awareness of children’s rights.


We ran a campaign to raise children’s and teens’ awareness of animal welfare issues where a huge 60% of children we’re inspired to take responsibility for exercising their pets.

Scholastic Publications

We ran a campaign to bring authors to their readers through online forums, engaging children and teens. Authors talked live and answered questions in sessions attended by up to 5000 children.


We ran the One World Zone for the UK Department for International Develepment – a project engaging children and teens in discussions about Global issues.

Apple Computer

We ran Apple Global Education, engaging thousands of children and their teachers from schools around the world in collaborative projects.

The Christie Story

See how we helped The Christie Hospital reach out to engage young cancer survivors. The Christie Story.

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