Website Of The Week: Birchfields

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged birchfields, manchester, primary school, school jotter, school website, school website design
A picture tells a thousand words - and on Birchfields Primary School’s new School Jotter 2 school website, a slideshow of creative photographs bring the school to life.

Each photograph on their homepage includes a line that sums up the school’s ethos and aims, with colourful images showing the school, pupils and the work they have done.

The Manchester school’s website is full of great content, too: rather than just populate every page with as much text as they possibly can, there’s just enough for potential parents and casual visitors to take in, and get an understanding of what Birchfields is 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: Westfield Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bespoke website, cottingham, primary school, school jotter, school website, website of the week
If you wanted an example of a school website that gets across information simply but effectively, look no further than Westfield Primary School’s School Jotter website. With a clean, attractive design and with just five menu options, getting around it isn’t a problem at all.

This is is great if you’re a parent who doesn’t want to be bamboozled by content or baffled by a complicated website layout. It makes the Cottingham, Hull school look welcoming too - especially as the school building itself forms part of the bespoke design.

For those who do want a bit more in-depth information about Read More →

Website Of The Week: The Westborough School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bespoke school websites, essex, ICT, school jotter, school jotter 2, school website, school website design, webanywhere, website of the week, westborough school
The Westborough School’s website represents their location perfectly: with a beautiful design showing a beach and gentle waves, backed by blue skies.

Having a bespoke design for your School Jotter website allows you to be a little more creative with how the website looks - but of course the content is just as important. The Essex school have plenty of content uploaded for children and parents - here are our favourite bits.

The Our Classes section breaks down what’s being studied, accompanied by photographs and, for some classes, information regarding the teacher and teaching assistants. This is a great area for Read More →

Website Of The Week: Bright Futures Day Nursery

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bright futures, cheshire, Nursery, school jotter, website of the week
Bright Futures Day Nursery’s website is still under construction. However, there is still plenty of content on the site for visitors.

It’s the design of this website, however, that really makes it stand out. Created to show the nursery itself and the countryside around it (Bright Futures it set within rural Cheshire), it’s one of the best School Jotter designs yet.

In terms of the website’s layout, there’s enough for parents without the content being over-facing: with information about the nursery’s awards, the curriculum and the play areas available to the children. All content can be found in neat, drop-down boxes Read More →

Get More Website Hits With Our New White Paper

By Webanywhere in Support | Tagged content, google, ICT, rankings, school jotter, search, seo, website, white paper
Getting more visitors to your website: how do you do it? With so many websites competing for people’s time and attention these days, there’s one way your School Jotter website can reach more people quicker: SEO.

What’s SEO? It’s Search Engine Optimisation, the art of getting your website as high as possible in search results on sites like Google. All is revealed in our new, free white paper, Increase Your Schools Rankings In Google, which you can find by clicking here.

In this white paper, we discuss the ways to increase your website’s rankings in Google. This will help to increase Read More →

Is Your School Website Ready For Christmas?

By Webanywhere in Development | Tagged christmas, festive, school, school jotter, snow, website


When your pupils' parents visit your school website this month, it won't just be to see their children in the Nativity play. It won't just be to find out when the last day of term is.

There's a whole host of ways your school website can attract more visitors, and stay engaged with parents this winter. It'll make using your website a more enjoyable experience.


Snow Days
There was a time when parents and children alike would have an ear glued to the radio whenever it snowed, just in case their school announced it'd be closed for the day. Still, you'd always Read More →

Website Of The Week: Welburn Hall School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged school jotter, website, week, welburn hall


Finding the time to keep your school website up to date is an issue that frustrates many a head teacher. It’s the reason why School Jotter was created - to allow content to be uploaded quickly and easily, without the need for advanced technical expertise.

Subsequently, it means schools like Welburn Hall School, in North Yorkshire, can populate their school website to the point where it becomes a veritable treasure trove of information for parents, pupils and passive web users alike.

Welburn Hall have used their School Jotter-based website to provide children with useful links (via the ‘Kids Zone’), governors with Read More →

The School Jotter blog – showcasing the best in school website design

By Webanywhere in Customer Training, Support | Tagged school jotter, school websites, support
Welcome to the new School Jotter blog.  Here we will showcase the latest new School Jotter sites, detail the new features of School Jotter 2, and provide some handy how to guides for existing users.



In this first post we thought we would highlight the amazing support that comes as part of the package when your school signs up for a School Jotter website.

The Webanywhere development team work closely with you to create a site that fulfils all you requirements, and reflects your school ethos.  Once it is ready to go live, the support team takes over.  Full training is Read More →

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