This month we've seen 33 school and trust websites launch, including an incredible 12 essential websites and 15 clones as part of various trust-wide website projects. Congratulations to everyone who launched their new website this month.
We love to work with educational organisations of all sizes and with all ranges of budgets, so if you're thinking about a new school website, then take a look at a selection of our latest lives or at our portfolio for more inspiration.
This teaching school hub project included a new logo redesign and a beautiful new website with a bespoke course area and an outline map showing the areas they cover. The new website will help the teaching school provide professional development to teachers at all stages of their career across Cheshire.
This elegant secondary school website, part of the Pennine Trust, features a striking homepage slideshow with images that effortlessly complement the text, a powerful welcome message and a customised house points area. Our designers also redrew their existing logo into a higher quality format to enable it to be used on various different materials as well as on the new school website.
With a hero video and vibrant imagery throughout the homepage, this primary school website is anything but ordinary! We love the vibrancy of this website and how each class has its own blog area - keeping parents and carers up to date with the latest information in a fun, informative way.
Another fantastic website with a bit of a difference, this time for a junior school, featuring bright green circular motifs and patterns, a prominent Facebook feed and brightly coloured house points.
Last, but by no means least, we want to celebrate the launch of the Consilium Academies website and their 8 school websites which all launched in the same week! They went for a trust-wide project with a lead school design that was then cloned to the rest of the schools, but personalised with their own colour, branding, photography and content.
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