Website Of The Week: Mossfield Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged Mossfield, primary, school jotter 2, school website, school website design

Blogging in schools is becoming more and more and more popular. It’s a way for children to share their stories with others - and it’s also a way for the staff to keep parents up to date with what’s happening in school.

Mossfield Primary School, Manchester are keen bloggers - and their new School Jotter 2 website has all their latest blog posts - with pictures too. It’s an interesting read and provides an insight into the day-to-day goings-on, from Comic Relief celebrations in March, to a write up about Year 4 having a go at their own animations.

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Website Of The Week: All Saints CoE Infant School, Hessle

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged hessle, primary, school jotter 2, school website, school website design, simple school websites, webanywhere

Some of the best school websites are those that present the school clearly and simply. All Saints Church of England Infant School, based in Hessle, near Hull, have gone for such a school website.

Their School Jotter 2 design echoes their location perfectly - with the iconic Humber Bridge forming part of the header - as well as being the image for the menu on the left-hand side of the website.

As well as the website’s design being simple yet fun, the way the school have arranged the information on the website is clear and easy to find. With only four Read More →

Website Of The Week: Horsted School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged Horsted School, kent, primary, school jotter, school website, school website design
Horsted School’s website is another example of a really simple, yet effective School Jotter website. Colourful and eye catching, the homepage - with images of the children - proudly announces ‘welcome to our new website!’

The Kent-based school's website is as much for the pupils as it is for the parents, with fun, child-themed menu bars on the left hand side of the page. There’s a Horsted Kids’ Club too - with details of the club available from the appropriate menu bar.

Horsted School have an international school partner - and in the International section you can learn more and watch Read More →

School Jotter – By Those Who Love It

By Webanywhere in Customer Training | Tagged cawthorne, primary, school, school jotter, webanywhere
School Jotter is Webanywhere’s most popular product. However, the schools that benefit most from what we offer are those who use our three main primary products together: School Jotter, Learnanywhere and Learner Journey.

Cawthorne Primary School are one such school - and it has made such a difference to school life. As well as School Jotter, Cawthorne Primary School now have Learnanywhere, Webanywhere’s primary learning platform, and Learner Journey, the pupil e-portfolio system.

School Secretary Gill Buckingham told us:  “Webanywhere were recommended by our technician who had seen lots of other providers in different schools he visited. We eventually chose School Read More →

Website Of The Week: Much Wenlock Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged design, jotter, much, primary, school, shropshire, webanywhere, website, websites, wenlock
One the best features of Much Wenlock Primary School’s website is their Mail on Monday section. The downloadable PDF newsletter has an update of activities that have happened within the school, useful diary dates and after-school club information.

Many schools update their website regularly with news - but with Much Wenlock, parents know the website will get updated the same day every week. Brilliant for parent/school engagement!

The Shropshire school have really put a lot of effort into its clubs - and this is reflected through their website. The Club Sites section includes details of every club that pupils can get Read More →

Website Of The Week: Dunsville Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged dunsville, jotter, primary, school, website, week
Dunsville Primary School near Doncaster chose a bright, colourful theme for their School Jotter website. It means visitors have a fun and engaging introduction to the school. In fact, the School Jotter website is so appealing, other schools often reference it when their own School Jotter websites are being designed!

The colours and the design of the Dunsville website echoes the content of the website: basically, it’s all about the children. From the uploaded photographs of pupils’ efforts in the Children’s Work section, to a downloadable copy of their child protection proceedures, it’s clear that Dunsville has the pupils’ interests Read More →

Website Of The Week: Silver Springs Primary Academy

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged academy, cheshire, jotter 2, primary, school, silver springs, website, week
When School Jotter 2 was launched a few months ago, it brought with it a host of new features. For the school website visitor, it also brought with it improved designs - as you can see on this week’s Website Of The Week, Silver Springs Primary Academy, Cheshire.

Silver Springs’ website is a great example of why so many schools are upgrading to School Jotter 2. A bold colour theme brings the school to life the instant you access their website - and School Jotter 2 means it’s optimised for tablet and mobile phone viewing, so people can enjoy Silver Read More →

Website Of The Week: Ben Rhydding Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged ben, primary, rhydding, school, website, website of the week, yorkshire
Ben Rhydding Primary School’s website has been a favourite of ours for some time - so it’s great to return to it this week and see it’s still being regularly and lovingly updated.

The design of the website strikes you first: a beautifully-created header that sums up the school perfectly, with rolling hills, the mountains familiar to locals (the school being based in up in the hills of the West Yorkshire Pennines), and bright, bold colours.

Going deeper into the website, it’s a trove of information about the school; there’s plenty of information here that parents will love - but also Read More →

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