Quick & Easy Easter Crafts for Primary Schools

By Pano Savvidis in Department for Education, Infographics | Tagged easter crafts, easter crafts for kids, easter diy, easter egg designs, easter ideas, primary schools, Quick & Easy Easter Crafts for Primary Schools
Easter is fast approaching and primary teachers are looking for quick and easy ideas to engage students with DIY crafting. With that in mind, we created the infographic below, where teachers and pupils can find some of the greatest and simplest craft ideas for the classroom.

Many teachers are using our Resources app to store all the great ideas, documents and images they create or find online. This helps them to enhance the learning experience of pupils every Easter.

 

Quick & Easy Easter Crafts for Primary Schools

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How Do You Meet Ofsted’s School Website Requirements?

By Webanywhere in Customer Training, Department for Education | Tagged dfe guidelines for school websites, ofsted guidelines, school websites

shutterstock_79105843This is a question we hear many teachers ask - and our team regularly speak to schools wanting help with choosing the right content for their website.

Webanywhere has already created a checklist for schools (which you can find here) but now we can offer you even more help with keeping Ofsted happy - with a number of free events around the country.

Tracey Gentle, a CEOP Ambassador and former teacher, will speak at many of these events, using her knowledge of school websites - and what both you as a school and Ofsted as the inspectorate need to get out Read More →

Get a school website that meets the new DfE and Ofsted requirements

By Webanywhere in Department for Education, Ofsted | Tagged DfE, Ofsted, school website requirements
As you may know, the Department for Education introduced new requirements for school websites in September. We have produced a free guide to the changes, which can be downloaded here.

Changes include:
  • Schools are no longer obliged to publish a physical prospectus
  • There is a list of specific information which schools are required to make available on their website
  • If a school has no website, this information must be published elsewhere on the web, and parents must be made aware of its location
Ofsted are also placing more emphasis on the quality of school websites. The Ofsted School inspection handbook from September 2012 states Read More →

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