Coding and the classroom

Since it was announced that coding was due to be added to the curriculum in 2013, it’s created excitement amongst technology businesses and educators. This new addition to the ICT syllabus switches up lessons previously focused around Word and Excel skills, and replacing them with computer science and digital…

Are school prospectuses outdated?

Most schools in the UK must have a website, following recent changes to Ofsted regulations. But has this change meant that print and prospectuses are any less important? In a word, no. Prospectuses and school brochures can be handed out at events and open days, giving an instant impression of…

Are your students safe online?

Did you know it’s Safer Internet Week from 9th-13th February 2015? As schools teach students about the importance of staying safe online, we’ve taken a look at some key statistics which show how important e-safety is. For example, did you know that 43% of 9-12 year olds surveyed…

Latest live: January 2015

New sites are going live all the time, and we love sharing our latest work with you. Here are just a few of our favourite sites to go live in the last few months. And, as always – all these sites are responsive. Primary schools and younger years Traditionally, you might…

Our design predictions for school websites in 2015

It’s not just popularity of design types that will change over the next 12 months, but the technology used to support it. There is already buzz online, predicting the next big thing in school websites, and we’ve listed a few of our favourites in this blog. Fullscreen or…

The 5 most popular e4education Academy downloads

If you didn’t know, we launched the e4education Academy this month! The free platform offers schools and academies with useful resources, covering everything from blogging, SEO, marketing and prospectus design. We’ve already had hundreds of downloads in the first week from schools across the UK, and here are…