Everything you need to know about your Jotter Mobile v1.8 Update

By Arthur Howie in Development, Technology News, Uncategorized | Tagged 1.8, app, communication, education, education apps, jotter, jotter mobile, mobile, mobile app, , parents, save money, school, school jotter, schools, update, webanywhere
Jotter Mobile just got even better with the release of v1.8, which will roll out across all apps by May 5th.

After lots of market research our developers have created the features you most requested, and we hope you will benefit from this free update.                     

Here are some of the changes you can expect to see:

 

Custom apps:


  • Custom sections in the navigation structure. Each custom link consists of a name, icon and an URL. You can define up to three custom sections.
  • Reordering and disabling of sections in the drawer menu and the dashboard tray. These are edited from
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Website of the week – Colebrook Junior School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged school jotter, school jotter 2, school website, webanywhere, website of the week

Another great website of the week. This week we are looking at the website created by the Colebrook Junior School based in Swindon, Wiltshire.

The website design looks professional and the colourful logos make it look child-friendly. The homepage features a slideshow with nice pictures of students. What makes this website unique is that there is very little information on the homepage. I guess we are used to seeing schools trying to add all the information related to school on the homepage. It’s nice to see that this school is trying something different.

I like how the school made their website

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Website of the Week – Guardian Angels Catholic Primary School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged school jotter, school website, spellings, webanywhere, website of the week

What a great looking website! Bright colours, beautiful images and the overall theme that definitely goes well with the school name “Guardian Angels”. That’s why this school website has been selected as the website of the week. Guardian Angels Catholic Primary School is based in Birmingham, West Midlands and it seems to be really focused on striving for educational excellence through high expectations, quality teaching and stimulating environment.

Yellow colour seems to be dominating throughout the website which makes sense because this colour represents the school uniforms. The layout of the website is clear and it is easy to navigate.

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School Jotter of the Week: Portadown Integrated Nursery & Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged integrated school website, Northern Ireland schools, school website design, webanywhere

This week’s chosen school website comes all the way from Northern Ireland - Craigavon to be precise. It’s a School Jotter website that represents a very useful website design choice.

As you can see from our image above, Portadown Integrated Nursery & Primary School have gone for an attractive background design that gives them plenty of white space in the centre of the page. This allows for any kind of content to be added in, yet the design keeps the website looking attractive and professional, whatever page you’re on.

This is another school that have chosen the Google Translate option: On Read More →

Website Of The Week: Pye Bank CE Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged primary school, Pye Bank, school website, Sheffield schools, webanywhere, website design

Having worked with schools for almost ten years now, we here at Webanywhere are experts at creating website designs that schools love.

Take Pye Bank CE Primary School for example. The website for this Sheffield school is full of colour, with fun graphics making it stand out amongst their fellow Steel City schools. A fantastic selection of photographs throughout the site (they clearly have a member of staff very adept at using a camera!) help to promote Pye Bank as a school any parent should consider for their child.

As attracting parents of would-be pupils is as important as engaging with Read More →

Website Of The Week: Mereside CE Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged school jotter 2, school website, Shrewsbury, shropshire, web design for schools, webanywhere

From their school website, it looks like being a pupil at Mereside CE Primary School is lots of fun! A key feature of this School Jotter 2 website is the News and Latest School Events boxes on the right hand side of the homepage: Here, visitors can see that the school is winding down to the end of term in fine style, with Back To Front Day (everything’s backwards!) on July 23rd, and a report on the recent Summer Fair!

Professional photographs depict children learning and having fun, and throughout the website visitors can find all the information they need Read More →

Website Of The Week: Fairfield Endowed CE Junior School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bespoke website design, Derbyshire, primary school, school website design, webanywhere

Fairfield Endowed Church of England Junior School’s website homepage is bright, energetic, fun and lively. The bespoke theme option available with School Jotter 2 has given this Derbyshire based school the opportunity to create a header and footer style theme for their school website that is personal to them. In fact, it’s quite unlike any of the school websites we’ve worked on so far!

The menu is clear and simple, making it easy for visitors to find exactly what they are looking for. One of the school’s aims is for children to ‘be active and healthy’ - this message is

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Website Of The Week: Coleshill CoE Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bespoke design, Coleshill, primary school, school jotter, school website design, webanywhere

Coleshill Church of England Primary School’s bespoke School Jotter 2 theme really brings their homepage to life, with the use of colourful images of the school and school playground.

Testimonials from pupils can also be found on the homepage which is perfect for attracting potential pupils’ parents as they explain how they think their school is fun, friendly and a great place to make friends.

The Birmingham school have also created useful links to resources, Ofsted reports and given links to e-safety and road safety related information.

The homepage is extremely easy to navigate around with a clear drop down menu across

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Website Of The Week: Federation Of Mowden Schools

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged Mowden, primary school, school website, school website design, webanywhere

The Federation of Mowden Schools aim to provide their pupils with an environment that enables them to develop to their full potential. This is the impression given in the design and content of their school website.

Their School Jotter 2 website is clear and simple, making it easy to navigate around. Subsequently, it’s easy for parents to find the information they need. The bright colours and professionally-taken photos used on the homepage, showing pupils engaged with their work, are also welcoming to the people who visit the website.

One of the main features of this website is the Parent page, which holds

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Website Of The Week: Ss Peter & Paul Catholic Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged bespoke, school website, webanywhere, website design

As schools think more and more like mini businesses, creating a ‘brand’ is becoming more important. When it comes to your school website, though, that doesn’t have to mean taking the fun out of how you present yourself.

Ss Peter & Paul Catholic Primary School’s website is the perfect case in point. Created using School Jotter, it utilises the school’s colours to great effect - but manages to still be bright, engaging and welcoming.

Best of all is the website backdrop that the West Yorkshire school have gone with: School Jotter websites can be created with these bespoke designs - so Read More →

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