Website Digital Achievement Badges

Website Digital Achievement Badges are a fantastic way of rewarding your users who take part in activities or achieve set tasks.  It’s a little bit like Brownie or Scout badges…..but our badges are awarded online!

The online badges work great with youth engagement programmes, classroom blogs and even adult training programmes.

How does it work?

We design a digital badge for every activity you want your user to complete.

You decide how you want the user to achieve each digital badge. This could be by uploading a file/image as way of evidence of completing a task, passing a quiz that tests a users knowledge or even completing a training module.

Users are given a safe individual website login. They are able to track their achievements.

As an extra incentive, a leaderboard can be posted on your website.

Additional digital badges can be added at anytime.

Website / programmes using our online digital badges

Cookley Sebright Primary School – CPS News

This year 5/6 classroom blog engaged students in a range of activities, awarding digital badges for tasks such as blogging, taking part in a video debate, creating a survey or poll for peers to complete, being a news reporter, writing a play, uploading artwork.


Children also got to do pretty cool badges such as hacking a webpage, creating digital avatars and making class music videos.

Camera : Action : Young People : Filmschool

Children and young people undertake a 6/8 week filmschool programme, tasked with producing a topic based short film or video news report.


For every workshop / filmschool task completed, children and young people are awarded an online digital badge and points. Media workshops include scripting, camera skills, animation, interviewing, production and filming etc.

Junior Street Champions

Online digital achievement badges are awarded to young people who engage in a range of environmental and safety social action activities. Activities include litter picks, street audits, recycling challenge etc.


Children and young people can also take quizzes, attend environmental workshops, create environmental and street safety poster and videos.

Cookley Youth Club – Art Arts

As children and young people progress through the Cookley Youth Club Art Programme they are able to try different art forms including digital art, mural and texture art, modelling and construction art.


For each activity they complete,  they are able to log onto this website, submit their  artwork and then be awarded a digital achievement badge and points. Artwork is showcased in the website art gallery.


There is also a young leader digital achievement badge for children and young people who plan and deliver an art activity to their peers.


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