Website of the week – St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School

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

We’ve got another great website of the week! This week we are looking at the website created by St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

Firstly, I really like the website design. The layout of the website makes it look modern and professional. Yellow and blue colours dominating the website make it look child-friendly and they go well with the colours of school uniforms. There is a nice welcoming message on the homepage which introduces the school and gives an idea about some of the school values. The welcoming message appears on the top of some images

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Website of the week – Hillcrest Early Years Academy

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

It’s always great to see outstanding schools choosing School Jotter for building their websites. This week we are looking at the website of the week created by Hillcrest Early Years Academy. The school is based in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire and it has been rated as outstanding by OFSTED in 2014/2015.

What’s great about this website is that the homepage is not used to store all the information related to the school. Instead, the school focused on displaying some nice images of students on the homepage as well as some basic information like contact details, awards and a language bar. Even the menu is

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Using tables in School Jotter

By Cieran Douglass in Customer Training, Support | Tagged jotter tips, support, tables, website design
Tables are one of the most helpful, but also infuriating aspects of web design. They can be invaluable for organising items on your page, but can also be a bit of a headache to set up. Here's how tables work in the School Jotter interface.

You can insert tables into any regular text object in Jotter, click where you'd like to put your table, then click this button in the toolbar at the top:

How to use tables in School Jotter

The easiest way to put in a table is through the "Insert table" option, mouse over it and this matrix will pop up.

How to use tables in School Jotter

You can then pick how 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 →

Latest Updates For School Jotter 2

By Webanywhere in Development | Tagged primary school, school jotter, school website, website design
School Jotter 2 is being constantly developed, and the latest update has some interesting new features for users.

Existing users signing in now will see an updated file manager, that looks and feels easier to use. The file upload section now allows you to ‘drag and drop’ files, which makes adding files is simpler than ever before.

Plus, you can add a profile picture when you log in - making your log in to School Jotter 2 a little bit more personal!

If you’re not a School Jotter 2 user, contact us today to find out more about this innovative easy-to-use school Read More →

Website Of The Week: Woodham Ley Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged essex, school jotter, school website, website design, Woodham Ley Primary School

Many schools opt for professional photography to enhance their website, and Woodham Ley Primary School have used some great images to really bring their School Jotter website to life.

Captivating photographs of children playing, learning and general shots of the school itself also decorate the Essex school’s website elsewhere, from the Class Pages sections to the Learning Zone, which is a useful part of the website for pupils. It all gives the impression that this school is really all about the children - and this is backed up by the welcome message that also appears on the homepage.

Another feature that’s

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Website Of The Week: Broadfield Community Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged broadfield, rochdale, school jotter, school website, website design

On their school website, Broadfield Community Primary School explain that they endeavour to make school an exciting place - and using School Jotter, they have managed to portray this message with the use of bright colours and galleries of pupils and their work.

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With their bespoke design, they have effectively used the school logo in the backdrop of the website, which keeps their school branding and colours consistent throughout the website. This Lancashire school really have used School Jotter to its full potential to reflect their school motto and brand.

The homepage is bright, engaging and welcoming and the rest of

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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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