The best school websites need to work hard to achieve your goals - whether that's promoting sixth form enrollment, attracting new teachers, or showcasing your school to the wider community. That's why every secondary school website we create is totally unique.
For over a decade we’ve been working with secondary schools to help build their reputation and effectively communicate their benefits, differentiating them from surrounding schools. With a suite of supporting services to complement your school website, from marketing strategy, to branding and print, we’re confident we can help your school website work harder for you.
Your school website is undoubtedly one of the best ways of communicating your success, your ethos and key messages to your school community. Coupled with our School News App, your school can now send push notifications directly to the phones of your stakeholders, making it the perfect platform for publishing breaking news....like snow days!
Chris WoolfPinner High School
Setting up a new school is very exciting, but there are so many things to do, you need expert help for big projects. e4education provided exactly this, not just for our website, but all aspects of branding.
Constantly evolving to incorporate new technologies and taking on board feedback from clients, our content-management system is built specifically for schools and full of great time-saving features. From free in-line training, parental booking systems and the ability to lease your facilities directly from your school website we’re confident your school website won’t just help you market your school, but even save you money too!
From the first call to discuss your website ideas, to long after you launch your new school website, we’ll be there to help. From project management to ensure your website goes live on time and to brief, to consultative advice, technical support and account management, we’ll make sure your website project is a resounding success.
We've investigated the relevance and effectiveness of parental engagement and home-school communications within schools.