April has been an unusual month, but it's also been a time of collaboration and community spirit, embracing the popular motto of 'keep calm and carry on!'
Schools across the country have donated goggles, aprons and gloves, as well as created visors and PPE in their science labs and technology workshops. Educational organisations have risen creatively to the challenge of working remotely with innovative staff meetings, socially-distanced dance videos, fantastic cakes, incredible artwork and inspirational teaching across the board.
We've also seen a rise, in the use of and need for, school websites; an easy to update, well-designed website is definitely proving a vital asset in this current climate. Based on this, we're so pleased to say that we've launched 21 new websites this month and are looking forward to seeing many more go live over the next few weeks.
If you're looking for a new school website, or need assistance with an existing e4education site, our friendly team are always at the end of the phone or email. Please don't hesitate to get in touch - we'd be happy to help.
Having worked with Atlas Multi-Academy Trust for a couple of years now and having completed the designs for their two secondary schools, St Alban's Girls School and Adeyfield Academy, we were delighted to work with them on a new design for Beech Hyde Primary School and Nursery. We took inspiration from the tree on their existing school logo and the other designs in their Trust to create a clean, engaging primary website with a hint of illustration.
Our old website had become a sprawling beast, so we really needed to start afresh. I wanted to continue with e4education, as I have been very impressed with their customer service. I am so pleased that we did! Amazing response from start to finish. Every member of the team was professional and delivered in good time. The initial phone call, the photographs, the design consultation and regular updates - the whole process was seamless and painless!
Joy, ICT Lead, Chiltern Primary School
This MAT website instantly draws the eye to its schools as soon as you land on the homepage. This Trust website benefits from a mixed news area that pulls articles directly from the other schools, joint social media feeds and direct access to important policies, vacancies and trustee documentation.
Our talented team created a stunning image-led, easy to navigate new school website for this independent co-educational preparatory school situated on a 30-acre site on the outskirts of Stratford upon Avon. Make sure to check out their interactive homepage values and fantastic hero video.
Working with The PE and School Sports Network on their new website project was an exciting opportunity for one of our designers to channel their creativity in a slightly different direction. We love the cut-out photography, handwritten fonts and themed illustrations on this innovative modern looking website.
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