A school’s website is one of the first things that parents look at when choosing a prospective school. Specialist school web design can help to portray the right message to parents to give them confidence in your school whilst being user friendly and easy to manage. We’ve worked with a range of schools across different age groups, including nursery, infants, primary, juniors, high school and private schools to create websites that teachers, children and parents are proud of.Start a project
We understand that you need your website to be as easy to manage as possible. We listen to our clients’ requirements to help design schools websites in such a way that content and images can be easily added by the click of a button, allowing staff to update the website with minimal effort. We are happy to provide any training that is required to ensure that you can easily manage your website.
We can add any bespoke features to your website to meet your requirements. Whether it’s integrating a school calendar with the website so parents can see upcoming events, staff photos or the availability of different courses, our team will work with you to ensure your school website has all the features you require.
In addition to being easy to manage and having bespoke features, a school website should have an excellent design which helps to portray the school in the best way possible. We will listen to help design a website that gets the right message across and is easy to navigate.Enquire Now
Each website receives the best levels of care and attention to detail and we offer on-going support from our team to make sure you have the best experience possible. We offer packages to fit a range of budgets and have a development process which has been refined over 20 years in the design industry. Our team can also help you in areas such as email marketing, search engine optimization, user experience and more.
As a full-service agency, we can deliver your project in its entirety, all in-house. We’d love to discuss your requirements, so why not get in touch today?