How a great CMS can improve your school’s social media

More and more schools are starting to use social media as part of their communications strategy. Partly linked with the rise in popularity of social media, but also as a way to communicate with parents on a more regular basis, social media can be used to deliver more than just…

What does Google’s latest SEO update mean for your school website?

Have you heard of SEO? In a nutshell, SEO – or search engine optimisation – is the process of improving the content on your website to ensure it can be found easily through a search engine, like Google. But why you should care about SEO for your school website? Improving the content…

It’s National Blogging Month!

Does your school blog about classes or extra curricular activities? Blogging can help students develop a voice on your school website, whilst creating valuable new content for your site. Blogging can also be used to help students reflect on their classes, and help other student learn from each other. How…

Latest Live: A review of the latest e4education sites

Each month, the e4education team launch a number of beautifully designed and highly functional websites. Below are some of the school websites that have gone live recently. Primary Schools Typically the more illustrated websites that e4education design are for our Primary School clients, and the Hove Junior School, Chaucer Infant…

Prepare your school website for half term

Breaking up for half term soon? Preparing your school website for the break is a great way to ensure parents, staff and students are informed on upcoming activities and events. It also allows your students to continue with their revision, or prepare materials for the upcoming term with the useful…

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…