Website Of The Week: Wimborne Infant School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged primary schools, school jotter 2, school website, school website design, webanywhere, wimborne infant school

On their School Jotter 2 website, Wimborne Infant School describe themselves as a ‘safe, bright, airy and colourful school’ - and, using School Jotter 2 to its full potential, this is the impression you get when you visit their website.

The Southsea, Hampshire school has gone for a background on their website that reflects their locale: all British townhouses and local wildlife. The content they’ve uploaded to the website equally reflects the ethos of the school: bright, fun pictures of children learning, and a warm friendly, welcome letter from the Headteacher.

One of the strongest features of the website is on Read More →

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: King’s Rise Academy

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged king's rise, Ofsted, ofsted requirements, primary school website, school jotter, school website, school website design, webanywhere

King’s Rise Academy looks like a fun place to learn. We can tell that by the content and the colourful, attractive design of their school website - which recently went live.

As school websites go, much of the content on this School Jotter 2 website is what you’d expect - and, of course, what Ofsted expects. But there’s other information included that is perfect for parents considering the school for their child. The homepage contains a rotating gallery of the school’s children at work and at play - dressed up as pirates, reading and writing. The Celebration section includes pupil

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Website Of The Week: Watton-At-Stone Primary & Nursery School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged primary school, school jotter 2, school website design, school websites, watton-at-stone, webanywhere

At Webanywhere we’re seeing more and more schools opt for exciting, engaging website designs that are a little different to your typical school website.

One such school is Watton-At-Stone, based in Hertfordshire. Their new school website benefits from an animated header, with cartoon children waving at the visitor. Fantastic! Delve further into the website, however, and there’s a wealth of information already uploaded, despite this School Jotter 2 website being only a couple of weeks old.

For example, the Friends of Watton School section has details of funds raised for the school through events and activities, with pictures of some of 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: 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: 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 →

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