Generally, we’re finding that there are currently two trends with primary school websites. Many primary schools tend to choose either a green-based theme with trees, flowers and maybe an image of their school in the header, or they choose a more corporate approach with high quality photographs and large menu boxes that make navigation easy.
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Today’s Website Of The Week is one the Webanywhere team are particularly proud of. St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Birmingham’s website features a design that’s somewhat different to anything we’ve created in the past, with a charming, rustic, ‘textured’ theme that makes this school feel warm, familiar and friendly.
The school themselves have arranged the content in tidy, user-friendly sections which can be accessed via the menu on the left. One thing that stands out for us is the staff list, with profile pictures drawn by the children themselves. It fits perfectly with the style and feel of the website!
Overall, this is a beautiful website neatly arranged and not over-complicated with too much information – perfect for parents to access, and, with this being a School Jotter 2 website, simple for teachers to update quickly.
View St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School’s website by clicking here. If you’d like your school website designed like this, let us know by clicking here.