New Awards Feature Coming Soon

We are constantly working to improve the experience on nightzookeeper.com for both teachers and students. Throughout the next couple of months, we will be updating the website with some very exciting new features. One of these will be a whole new awards system.

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The new system will track student achievement across the website. It will clearly show the upcoming tasks that children can complete to achieve a new badge. We will be launching the feature with over 100 awards across over 20 different categories, including:

“You have written your first story”

“You’ve completed five lessons”

“You’ve created your first animal”

“You’ve written 10 comments”

“You’ve written in every type of genre”

Plus many, many more!!

We really hope students will love this new reward system and that it will inspire many more hours of writing practice. Look out for it launching within the next few weeks!

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