Website Of The Week: Burlington Infants School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged Bridlington, Burlington, jotter, school, website, week
Great school websites are the ones that really know what their audience wants. In the case of Burlington Infants School, Bridlington,  there are curriculum details and newsletters for parents, links to fun websites for children, and Burlington Infants’ history for those interested in the school.

What we also like about Burlington Infants School’s website is the thought that’s gone into every section: so you have the ‘Our School’ section, which includes their mission statement, the history and comments from parents - a fantastic way to promote themselves. There’s the gallery, which is broken down into albums, like the Autumn 2012 Read More →

School Jotter: By Those Who Love It

By Webanywhere in Customer Training | Tagged , jotter, Nursery, Otley, school, Skipton, Street, user

At Webanywhere we love School Jotter. So it’s nice to hear feedback from School Jotter users who also love it - and, in fact, have used it to change the way they interact with parents and the outside world.

One such school is Otley Street Nursery School, in Skipton, North Yorkshire. A School Jotter user of four years, they recently told us how happy they’ve been using the product - and how it’s meant they have a website that’s not only easy for the staff to upload to and update, but convenient for parents to stay engaged with school life 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 →

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: Castle Bromwich Junior School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged castle bromwich junior school, jotter, school, spellanywhere, website of the week
It’s always great to see a school that takes real pride in the work it does, in the activities that take place, and the achievements of the pupils.

By using School Jotter, schools can use this pro-active approach to engage more with children and parents. This is exactly what Castle Bromwich Junior School, Birmingham have done: resulting in a school website that’s interactive and fun to visit. In fact, we were so impressed with how good their website looks, we’ve made it our Website Of The Week.

The best thing about Castle Bromwich Junior School’s site is how regularly it’s updated. Read More →

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 →

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