Author Archives: Bridget Redworth

How your school website can help new parents

When it comes to preparing their child for school, new parents often need help. Parents have questions about everything, from uniform policies to term dates. Instead of having legions of parents clogging up your reception phone lines with inquiries, savvy … Read More

A guide to writing quality content for your school website

Your school website is an essential tool for establishing your presence online. Not only is it an informational resource for pupils and parents alike and a good place to post relevant updates but it’s also a converting tool. Most families … Read More

Ofsted requirements for your school website

Whether you’re a headteacher or the head of marketing strategies, the school website is an incredibly important tool that serves as a gateway of communication to help parents, pupils, and local authorities stay abreast of the latest news and developments. … Read More

How to nail user experience for your school website

When designing a school website, what’s your top priority? Is it to provide a support page for your students to make use of the resources they need, to provide information for parents who are interested in potentially enrolling their children, … Read More

School Website Home Page Checklist

The home page of your school website is going to be the most important page of your entire website. It’s the one shot you have to introduce your school on a digital landscape, and it’s going to determine whether any … Read More

Why aren’t parents visiting my school website?

Every headteacher and school marketing expert knows that your school website has the potential to be one of the most powerful marketing and information tools available. After all, it gives you a chance to inform students and parents about developments … Read More

Should Your School Utilise Social Media?

There’s no escaping the fact that social media plays a significant role in modern life. However, weighing up the pros and cons of adopting social media into your school’s marketing and communication endeavours can leave you feeling even more confused … Read More