Website Of The Week: Dunsville Primary School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged dunsville, jotter, primary, school, website, week
Dunsville Primary School near Doncaster chose a bright, colourful theme for their School Jotter website. It means visitors have a fun and engaging introduction to the school. In fact, the School Jotter website is so appealing, other schools often reference it when their own School Jotter websites are being designed!

The colours and the design of the Dunsville website echoes the content of the website: basically, it’s all about the children. From the uploaded photographs of pupils’ efforts in the Children’s Work section, to a downloadable copy of their child protection proceedures, it’s clear that Dunsville has the pupils’ interests Read More →

Website Of The Week: Redlands Primary & Nursery School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged jotter, Nursery, redlands, school, tour, virtual, website, week, worksop
Redlands Primary & Nursery School love their website. You can tell by the amount of quality content they regularly upload, and from the level of detail they provide for parents in each of the School jotter-based site’s many sections.

Redlands have found School Jotter easy to use and great for keeping their web visitors up-to-date. In their case study (which you can read here), Website Administrator Patricia White talks about how they use the website to communicate with parents. You can see from sections like the General Information page that Redlands really know their target audience and how they need Read More →

Website Of The Week: Hawes Side Academy

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged academy, blackpool, hawes, jotter, school, tour, video, virtual, website, week
Your school website is the perfect opportunity to create multimedia activities for children - and Hawes Side Academy’s website, www.hawes-side.org.uk, is a great example of this.

The Blackpool academy’s School Jotter website has everything you’d expect - there’s a calendar of term dates and events, uniform details, all the most recent newsletters uploaded - but Hawes Side have taken it one step further. The Uniform page, for example, has a video hosted by pupils, explaining why they should wear uniform and how it should look.

The School Blog page, too - where teachers have uploaded videos of school activities - is Read More →

Website Of The Week: Silver Springs Primary Academy

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged academy, cheshire, jotter 2, primary, school, silver springs, website, week
When School Jotter 2 was launched a few months ago, it brought with it a host of new features. For the school website visitor, it also brought with it improved designs - as you can see on this week’s Website Of The Week, Silver Springs Primary Academy, Cheshire.

Silver Springs’ website is a great example of why so many schools are upgrading to School Jotter 2. A bold colour theme brings the school to life the instant you access their website - and School Jotter 2 means it’s optimised for tablet and mobile phone viewing, so people can enjoy Silver Read More →

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 →

Website Of The Week: Welburn Hall School

By Webanywhere in Website of the Week | Tagged school jotter, website, week, welburn hall


Finding the time to keep your school website up to date is an issue that frustrates many a head teacher. It’s the reason why School Jotter was created - to allow content to be uploaded quickly and easily, without the need for advanced technical expertise.

Subsequently, it means schools like Welburn Hall School, in North Yorkshire, can populate their school website to the point where it becomes a veritable treasure trove of information for parents, pupils and passive web users alike.

Welburn Hall have used their School Jotter-based website to provide children with useful links (via the ‘Kids Zone’), governors with Read More →

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