How to do an Accessibility Audit on Your School Website

All websites should be accessible: that’s obvious. If your site isn’t accessible to the widest possible number of people, then you’re missing out on a sizeable chunk of your potential audience. But for schools, colleges, and universities, this is even more important. Schools are educational institutions, part of the community they sit in and providing […]

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Using Your School Website to Support Home Learning

Home learning is an essential part of education. Whatever the subject, and increasingly whatever the age group, students will be expected to undertake independent learning away from school, to consolidate or prepare for learning in class. As all teachers (and all parents) know, home learning is different from the homework that was set for students a […]

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Does Your School Website Project the Right Image?

It used to be that school websites didn’t have to look very good. In the early days of the internet, just having a school website was quite something, and even as the web became more and more widely used by schools, it was acceptable to have a site that looked a bit – well, amateurish. […]

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Structuring Your School Website to Help Your Users

Most visitors to school websites want to get in and out quickly and retrieve the information they came for. As the website manager, you want them to find what they came for but it’s likely you also want them to have a bit of a browse and read some of the fantastic content you’ve lovingly […]

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