What's that coming over the hill...

An e4education blog post last week flagged up that a recent no-notice Ofsted inspection was triggered by the absence of key information on a school’s website. I think it’s important to note that it DOESN’T appear that Ofsted are trawling school websites looking for omissions so that…

What are the benefits of different types of print finish?

The autumn term is usually the most popular time for schools to consider new prospectuses. Having an updated brochure can be really useful during school open days, and help highlight any improvements to the school, or any specialities. One other important factor when updating your school prospectus is the print…

Would your school be ready for a surprise Ofsted inspection?

Did you know that, since September 2012, every school in the UK is required to display certain information online? Due to new regulations, brought in by both the Government and Ofsted, every school must either produce their own website, clearly displaying this information, or provide this information on a council…

How to save money on your school’s prospectuses

Open days are often synonymous with the start of a new term. Getting prospective students in for a tour is great, but do you have high quality school brochures for them to take away? Renewing your school brochures can be a great way to show off the best your school…

Easily track student data…with your iPad

New terms lead to new classes, several students’ names to remember and progress to log. Tracking progress traditionally requires pen and paper, but is it time to update your classroom management? Now it’s possible to store every class you work with into one app. TeachView, the classroom management tool…

What Apple’s latest launch means for your school website

It’s hard to miss a new iPhone launch. Every year Apple announces a new handset, or two, and the press across the world goes crazy – and this year’s iPhone 6 launch was no different! But what do the two iPhone 6 handsets mean for your school website? One…