2020 has been very different for all of us.
We've experienced a global pandemic, UK-wide lockdowns and a change in our day-to-day working life. Our children have been learning from home and our customers have been working flat out for months, with tireless strength and dedication.
We've certainly seen some challenges this year but we've also seen determination, resilience, compassion and community with our staff as well as our customers.
Here are some of our 2020 highlights.
We've continued to work with some incredible schools and trusts across the country, with their websites and communications being even more important.
Take a look at a selection of our latest projects:
To support our schools with their marketing, website content and virtual open days during this difficult time, we also produced several free resources.
Here’s a selection of the most popular resources:
- FREE interactive DfE checklist for schools and trusts
- Improving the structure of your school website navigation
- Best practice SEO for schools
- Top tips for producing quality school website content
- How to create an engaging school newsletter
- Conducting open days in a virtual world
For more free resources, visit our blog.
So what's next?
The general landscape for 2021 is still uncertain with Coronavirus and Brexit still to play their part, but for e4education it’s business as usual and full steam ahead!
Whilst we are all still working remotely, we continue to remain focused on delivering our customers with a first-class service and market-leading software solutions. And we look forward to being able to get out to visit our customers face to face again soon!
But for now, all that remains is to wish everyone reading this a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and safe new year.
- e4education News
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