What Do Parents Want From Your Website?

By Webanywhere in Development | Tagged discussion, features, jotter, mumsnet, opinion, parents, school, school website requirements, showcasing a school, website


Your school website is the perfect tool for communicating with parents - and a great opportunity for them to engage with your school. It means that, instead of having to pop into the school, or find the phone number, they can discover what their child has been up to, read about forthcoming events and even meet the staff, from the comfort of their armchair.

But what exactly do parents want from a school website? A recent discussion on Mumsnet threw up some interesting comments and suggestions for what would make a good school website for parents - and it also 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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