School Jotter of the Week: Honley Church of England (VC) Infant and Nursery School

Published: January 3, 2014

Honley Church of England Voluntary Controlled Infant and Nursery School’s website is inviting and warm, with smiling, waving children placed in the header of each and every page. What makes it even better is that these children are wearing the uniform of the school itself.

The homepage offers, as well as the usual menu, links to the church inspection, Ofsted results and school video. The video, a service from Webanywhere, allows you to see the school in its full glory, from the outside of the building and classrooms to lunch time and what activities the children get up to. It’s a fantastic way for parents, prospective school parents and visitors to see what goes on at the school and what type of atmosphere it has.

Forms can be hard to locate, or in some cases a trip into school may be needed. With Honley Church of England (VC) Infant and Nursery School’s website, all you need to do is visit the ‘Useful Forms’ page. There you can find the holiday request form, change of contact details form and the free schools meal application form. Having these stored in one easy to find location, makes the process simple.

Honley School like making things easy for pupils and parents; not only do they provide a large amount of information, but the website also has a button that links to their virtual learning platform, Learnanywhere. This means that children, teachers and parents alike can access the learning platform with ease.

To view Honley Church of England (VC) Infant and Nursery School’s website click here.