It's been a busy start to the academic year with over 70 new websites launching this month for our customers!
We've seen an incredible number of trust-wide website project clones going live in September! We've also seen a surge in our essential website launches which are ideal for schools or trusts with smaller budgets or time-sensitive deadlines but fofer the same powerful software and high quality you would find from our bespoke designs.
Speaking of bespoke websites, you're in for a treat this month as we showcase a selection of our latest stunning design projects which includes a couple of beautiful redesigns for long-standing e4education customers!
Take a look behind the Big Blue Door with this brightly coloured, fresh new independent school website. Featuring lots of innovative, interactive elements on the homepage, we especially love the 'At the heart of Henley...' and 'Discover Rupert House' sections.
It's always exciting when an existing customer chooses to go for a website redesign! We've worked with Cardinal Pole for many years and we love their bespoke new secondary school website which includes a video slideshow, clear call to actions, a colourful 'why choose us' section, a bespoke sixth form landing page and testimonials.
'Big Hearts, Open Minds' is the theme throughout this beautiful bespoke primary school website. The stand-out section of the homepage on this design is their animated and illustrated beating heart and mind, which rotates to show the schools mission and values. Uniquely perfect!
After our previous design 4 years ago, we were delighted to redesign the Tapscott Learning Trust website and give it a refreshed, modern look with a video welcome message and a dedicated school profile area. Their striking slideshow takes inspiration from the trust logo, sporting a curved edge and purple overlay for added effect.
This is the one we've been waiting for! Ever since their interim essential went live, we've been looking forward to launching their bespoke design! Featuring a visually impactful map hero image, colourful signposting links and interactive circle motifs the HISP teaching school hub website definitely stands out from the crowd.
P.S If you're interested in seeing more TSH designs, discover our special edition Teaching School Latest Live post.
We've created a strong image-led design for this secondary school website with streamlined content, powerful multimedia and tiled sub navigation grids for their curriculum area. The desktop burger navigation menu provides not only a seamless desktop user experience but also offers continuity across all devices.
It's always extra-special when one of our local schools goes live! Leighton Primary School have opted for a new take on the original letterbox style hero which works perfectly with their clean navigation menu to provide a strong first impression. The colourful links below and to the right of the slideshow are both pretty and practical giving a clear and easy user experience.
Complementing the brand and school vision was the driving force behind the Lutterworth High School website. As you can see, it's been a definite success. We've taken the brand palette and watermark, using them throughout the design alongside their 'Emerald Way' motif which highlights a key homepage section. Each section of the website has been carefully thought out to create a flowing design that reiterates the school's ethos at every turn.
We love a trust-wide website project! It's a great opportunity to create synergy and cohesion between the trust and school designs and Robert Carre Trust is a perfect example of this! With identical menus, slide-out links and welcome messages for each website, you can instantly see the connection between them. Congratulations also to Carre's Grammar School, Kesteven & Sleaford High School and Sleaford Grammar School who also went live this month!
Last but by no means least, we want to celebrate the fantastic new Shropshire and Telford Education Partnership website. They have opted for one of our essential designs but have really made it their own through vibrant colours and imagery. It's a firm favourite amongst our team and a great example of how, even if you choose our more 'templated' style, the range of options available mean you can still make it unique to your organisation.
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