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THE KidRated team

Simon London

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder

Simon is a former journalist, presenter and TV producer whose numerous credits include Graham Norton, Noel’s House Party, Watson & Oliver, and Dick & Dom.

Since leaving his post as Creative Head of BBC Comedy in 2012, he has worked as a Content Producer for Rockabox and a script developer for So Television. He has also given talks at YouTube and Google on content creation and reviews kids days out for BBC Radio London. He is father to one boy and two cats.

Natalie Burge

Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder

Natalie is an Oxford graduate and former family law barrister. She has been producing and directing content for both television and online for over 15 years and has produced shows for all the major broadcasters, working with Ruby Wax, Graham Norton, Clive Anderson and Jonathan Ross, as well as enjoying a stint as Head of Development at Pilot Productions.

Her digital experience includes Channel 4 Online and Rockabox Media. A mother of two, she also fundraises for West London Action for Children.

Camilla O'Connell

Camilla O’Connell

Digital Content Producer

Graduating from Leeds with a degree in history and English in July 2014, Camilla started as editorial assistant for KidRated in September and has since risen up the ranks to be digital content producer, making sure all the content you see on the website is great. She also writes the weekly newsletter.

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KidRated is a safe place for children to express their points of view.
Each child’s review is consented to by his or her parent or guardian.
To protect their anonymity, children give only their first names (no surnames), don’t say where they live, or indicate which school they attend.
All comments, videos & photos are individually checked and moderated for inappropriate or unsafe content, before being published on the site.
KidRated.com is a ratings site, not a kids’ social network.