Microsoft reveals plans for a new browser: So what?

Did you know there are currently 5 main different internet browsers available? This, coupled with the news that Microsoft are due to launch a brand new browser later this year, shows how divided the market is, and just how many different ways there are of viewing the internet. The launch…

5 reasons you need to sign up to the e4education Academy right now

Here at e4education we are always looking for ways to help schools improve their marketing, online and offline. So, we created the e4education Academy – a free online platform filled with useful guides helping you with everything from making the most out of your school website to improving your marketing. The…

Spotlight on illustrated school websites

Ofsted and DfE guidelines state that all maintained schools must have a website, but that doesn’t mean it has to be bland and boring. Well-designed websites can really help bring your school to life online, with illustrations helping to make your site specific to your school. Why should my…

How will you change your school website in 2015?

Sticking to your New Year’s resolutions? According to research, most Britons give up their resolutions after just 7 days, but this is usually down to creating unattainable goals. One goal that can be easy to reach this year is revamping your school website. Whether it’s content or the…

e4education’s year in review

Wow! Hasn’t 2014 gone quickly? In the last 12 months we’ve revamped our brand and website, whilst also helping countless schools do the same. Here are just a few of our highlights from the last year. January: New year, new website! The first month of 2014 saw us…

Are you involved with the largest learning event in history?

Did you know this week is playing host to the biggest simultaneous learning event, ever? The Hour of Code initiative is in its second year, with over 15 million users taking part in just one week during the 2013 event. Coding makes it possible to create software, games, website and…