How to Design an Awesome School Website

By Pano Savvidis in Development, Infographics, Ofsted | Tagged Awesome School Website, How To Design an Awesome School Website, school web design, school website design, school websites
Schools should always make sure they meet Ofsted requirements when it comes to their website content and structure. It is also very important their school website design looks outstanding in order to appeal to parents, teachers and pupils.

A big majority of school websites look too colourful and it's hard to read their content, so we thought to create an infographic with school website design tips as a guide for schools to take into consideration when they built their own website.

We hope you enjoy it!

 

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The new Ofsted website requirements and you – what you need to do next

By Cieran Douglass in Ofsted, Support | Tagged governor information, Ofsted, ofsted guidelines, ofsted requirements, ofsted school website requirements, school websites
As of this month, new Ofsted guidelines on school websites have gone into force, but it's a bit confusing what these actually are. We've written this blog post to help demystify the changes a bit, and it should be helpful whether or not you're a School Jotter user.

The main focus of the new requirements is governor disclosure. Basically, you now have to put information on who your governors are, what they do etc onto your website on a publicly accessible page - previously, this was recommended but not compulsory information. So here's what you'll need:
  • Name: You'll need to have
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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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