We've celebrated 27 new school, trust and teaching school website launches during February - that's almost one a day! We've worked with primary schools, secondary schools, independent schools and SEN schools this month to create beautiful bespoke website designs that are uniquely tailored to their requirements.
One of the boldest website designs we've ever created, the STEP website pops with vibrant colour accents and a contrasting dark background. As one of only 87 teaching school hubs, we knew they wanted to stand out from the crowd, so we worked with them to create eye-catching branding and a strong website presence which helps them to do exactly that!
The powerful set of 'we believe' statements over a professional hero video is the first thing you see when you land on the Carshalton Boys Sports College website. We love the way their values are the focal point of their website design and the breadth of content throughout is a brilliant example of a really well-structured and easy to navigate school website.
A complete re-brand is always an exciting project and we were thrilled to work on the branding for the Rise Partnership Trust, especially the creation of their new logo which has then been translated into the trust website design. We are also working on a trust-wide website and communication tools project with them as well as designing their new prospectus.
Grampian Primary Academy, part of Anthem Trust, is a fantastic example of how multi-academy trusts can benefit from a trust-wide website project. They took their lead from the first primary school design we completed for the trust, Abbey Woods Academy, and then we tweaked it to reflect their own branding and colour palette. We love the waves and how the design complements their colourful waving hands logo.
When forming a new federation of schools, it's important to bring the brands together and create a cohesive, joined up online presence. Hosting both schools and the federation landing page on one URL means there is a consistent look and feel as well as easy access to each of the different parts of the site. One of our favourite elements of this design is how the lines draw down the page starting from the logo over the slideshow.
We have launched our new website, and we are delighted with the final outcome. We were impressed from the outset with e4educations vision for our site and feel we now have a site that reflects our expectations.
Please pass on out thanks to the team, although it has been a lot of work, it has been worth it! We look forward to working with you over the years ahead.
James Rees, Project Lead at The John Frost School
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