School Website Design & Mobile Apps Blog by Webanywhere
09 Apr
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Fun family activities for Easter Weekend!
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This year, a four day weekend seems more daunting than ever, and it would be easy enough to call defeat before it’s even begun. We don’t want to let lockdown ruin your Easter, i...
02 Apr
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Your free timetable for celebrity lessons in lockdown
Category: e-Learning Resources, ICT Tips, L...
The UK’s current lockdown seems daunting, and working from home can prove difficult, with time split between conference calls, emailing, and on top of that – childcare! Th...
06 Jan
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Building a great new website for you school
Category: School Jotter, School Website Des...
Your website provides a vital link between staff and parents, school and home – or at least it should. There are so many templates schools can use to build a website quickly and...
12 Dec
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Free Mobile App Competition! | Webanywhere Blog
Category: Competition, Jotter Mobile, Schoo...
We're running a competition to win a free mobile app for schools across the country. All you have to do to enter is get your pupils to create a design showing how they would lik...
30 May
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How Multi Academy Trusts (MATs) Can Improve Communications with Parents
Category: Education Technology
Multi Academy Trusts is an academy trust that operates more than one academy school. They differ from state schools as the academy can decide what the money funded by the govern...
23 May
Different types of observation methods in early years
Different types of observation methods in early years
Category: Technologies
Observation is the key to understanding young children and finding out more about them as individuals. It is a fundamental aspect of the assessment and planning cycle, and provi...
09 May
Phonics Learning
Using Audio in Phonics Learning
Category: Education Technology
Phonic learning is the method used in schools across the UK to teach children how to read. It involves sounding out words and vowels and “blending” them to demonstrate how diffe...
23 Apr
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6 Ways to Make Your School’s Social Media Posts More Engaging
Category: School Website Content
Social media is becoming an essential tool in education and can help with planning lessons, building the school community and staying connected with parents. Many schools want t...
18 Apr
Social Media from a Mum’s Point of View
Social Media from a Mum’s Point of View
Category: Tips and Tricks
We are now in a completely different society from when I was growing up. Children are now best friends with their phone rather than the children next door. There is more pressur...
28 Mar
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Is your school website up to Ofsted standards?
Category: Ofsted, School Website Content, S...
Your school website provides the first impression to potential pupils, and it’s also a requirement to make sure it’s complying with Ofsted standards. Ofsted will often review a ...