Accessible websites and communication tools for special schools
Our special school websites are creatively designed to help you highlight your unique offering and services. Added functionality such dedicated accessibility settings will ensure your new website enables you to communicate effectively with your community. Our powerful all-in-one platform is so much more than just a website with digital communication tools for emails, SMS, and newsletters.
Solutions to help you succeed
Choose from our range of web-based solutions to suit your budget
Creative brands and designs that showcase your values
Keep your community up to date with news and social media feeds
Share information about your staff with a dedicated profiles area
Showcase ‘a day in the life’ and student journeys on your website
Make your website more accessible with symbols and voice overlays
What our customers say....
Throughout our website project the communication and support from e4education has been superb. Our Project Coordinator supported us throughout the process, explaining things and taking us through each step with so much patience.Andy Cooke, Bower Grove School
We’ve gone from having a really restrictive homepage with our old provider which was basically just a blog post to a really beautiful design with custom elements including an interactive map and filtered news between all our schools. It really ties in with the new brand and looks amazing!Owen, Marketing, TCES
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Updates from our blog
Using content templates to enhance your school website content
One of the most crucial elements of any school or trust website is the content - the text and imagery added to each page. There’s no denying that beautiful designs and powerful software are important for creating positive first impressions, enhancing security and protecting the overall...
Engaging your community through your school blog
A school blog is a great opportunity for your community to discover what life is like at your school in a more informal and personalised manner via your school website. Blogs can be written by the headteacher, head boy and girl, class teachers or even from the perspective of the school pet! Read...