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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Website of the Week – North Featherstone Junior and Infant School

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

This week’s website of the week comes to us from the North Featherstone Junior and Infant School based in Pontefract, West Yorkshire. This school believes in “excellence through enjoyment” and it seems to be really focused on making sure that all children feel safe, valued and included in the school life.

I really like the slideshow with some nice pictures of students on the homepage. These pictures go very well with the overall style and the colours of the website. I wish the school added more pictures as it is a great way to learn more about school life without

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Website of the week – Pinehurst Primary School

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

We’ve got another great website of the week that has been created by Pinehurst Primary School based in Liverpool, Merseyside. Great design, a lot of good content and relevant information are some of the main features that a good school website needs, and this school did a really good job!

I think this school website has a very unique design. It seems that the homepage includes quite a lot of different features while still looking organised and easy to navigate. You can notice the school values as soon as you open the website. They are followed by the photo gallery

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Website of the week- Brockholes C of E Junior and Infant School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged Ofsted, school jotter, school website, website of the week
Another great website of the week! This week we are looking at the website created by Brockholes C of E Junior and Infant School based in the village of Brockholes, West Yorkshire. It is a Church School that has been recognised by Ofsted as being an outstanding school in terms of the quality of teaching and the exemplary attitudes that children have towards their learning.

The site is designed with colourful illustrations of trees, play areas and children. A great way to add some colours to the website and to make it appealing to children! The homepage also features some Read More →

Website of the week – Highbury School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged primary school, school jotter, school websites, website of the week
This week’s Website of the Week comes to us from an extraordinary school based in Brighouse, West Yorkshire. Highbury is a community primary school providing for children from two to eleven years who have a range of special educational needs that could not be met in regular schools.

My first thought when I saw this website was that it looks really good. Warm colours, animal illustrations and images of children make this website look very child-friendly which is what we would expect from a primary school website. Highbury school did a really good job making the website look child-friendly and Read More →

Website of the Week – St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged school, school jotter, school website, website of the week
We have another website of the week! This week we’ve chosen a website created by St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Keighley, West Yorkshire.

What makes a website stand out, is that images of students dominate on the homepage and there is almost no additional written information regarding school on the homepage. Alongside the school name and a welcoming message on the homepage, you can find the latest school tweets at the bottom of the page and the link to follow the school on Twitter. I believe it’s a great way to engage with students and parents on social media.

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Website of the Week – Aston All Saints Church of England Primary School

By Egidija Juodseryte in Website of the Week | Tagged school website design, Sheffield schools, uber theme, website of the week
This week we’ve chosen the Aston All Saints Church of England Primary School website which has been as our Website of the Week.

The first thing that catches my eye when I look at it, is the main image of students. This image appears on all pages of the website and it seems to represent the main values of the school - Caring, Sharing, Laughing, Learning. These four values of the school are listed on the homepage; a great way of reminding students and parents what the school cares about.

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Website of the Week – Alfreton Nursery School

By Cieran Douglass in Website of the Week | Tagged Derbyshire, Nursery, nursery web design, website of the week
I might have been guilty lately of an oversaturation of our new uber themes - they aren’t the only thing we offer! That said, they do look absolutely lovely, and I get to pick the Website of the Week, so we’re doing another one - welcome to Alfreton Nursery School’s stunning new website.

Alfreton have been a Jotter user for a long time, and their old Jotter site was often held up as an example of how School Jotter sites can be used and designed effectively. I was certainly planning on featuring it at some time in the coming few months, so imagine my surprise when I got the notification that they’d had a redesign!... Read More →

Website of the Week – Furze Down School

By Cieran Douglass in Website of the Week | Tagged sen school website, special school, uber theme, website of the week
We’ve got another of our fantastic uber themed websites this week, taking us to Furze Down School in Buckinghamshire. A SEN school focusing on communication and interaction, Furze Down features one of the latest examples of our modern, accessible themes. It really does manage to capture everything a school website needs, from relevant information at the very top through an intuitive menu system to a large, glossy slideshow to really get a feel for the school.

Furze Down is certainly a non-traditional school, featuring a small selection of just over 100 pupils, but it manages this with aplomb, garnering Outstanding Read More →

Website of the Week – Great Heights Cluster

By Cieran Douglass in Website of the Week | Tagged cluster, school jotter, school website, website of the week
It’s not really fair to call this post a “school website” of the week - instead we’re going to be looking at Great Heights Cluster, a group of eight primaries and one secondary in Bradford, from areas including Queensbury, Great Horton and Clayton Heights - the cluster name comes from the combination of the latter two.... Read More →

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