How many people in your school update your website – one, two, five, ten?
Do you find it difficult and time-consuming to update your website?
Wouldn’t it be great to have a website that was maintained by a hundred or more web designers to create great content with enthusiasm and at no cost to the school?
You can use your existing website, or design a brand new website, that has pages created and updated by your pupils.
Watch the videos below and allow the pupils to explain how it works.
|Pupils explain how they create pages for the school website||Why pupils are key to a great school website|
Most school sites can be created by pupils in half a day!
Why your pupils should be creating their own pages on your school website:
Classes can have their own pages and they keep them up to date
Teachers love having the ability to update their pages instantly
No special software is needed
Pages can be updated in school or at home
A fantastic motivator for learning
Contact us now to find out how your pupils can help develop your school website.
A learning platform can be a powerful tool that improves communication across the whole school community and beyond.
It can also be an expensive, confusing and woefully underused white elephant.
These children explain how their learning platform is used as a meaningful and powerful communication tool to deliver 24/7 learning.
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Contact us now to find out how we can transform online learning in your school.
A series of short videos on a variety of topics aimed at providing useful tips for teachers.
Would you like to know more?
Contact us now to find out how we can help you promote creative learning in your school.
Wednesday July 3rd 2013 @ Ashwood Park Primary School, Stourbridge.
As usual the ICT conference will feature lots of exciting ideas and different themes.
It is a great opportunity to network and share experiences. Following J2E’s presentation at the autumn conference, Serif Software will be continuing the creativity theme.
Book your place now.