Websites that work for schools
We design websites that look brilliant and are easy to use across a variety of devices.
They are built to be updated easily and designed to deliver a positive experience.
How do we do it?
Our websites are set up to do the job that school websites should do.
Why this is important...
Take a look at some of our work...
A Pop-up Online Prospectus (POP)
When is a website not a website? When it is a pop-up online prospectus (POP). A POP is a micro website that is active for the duration of an admissions season.
It is for schools that have fundamental problems with their existing website that they might not have the time or the money to fix (basically, why spend money on a social media campaign that takes people to a website that lets the school down?).
We don’t envisage all schools needing a POP. But, for some, it could make all the difference.
The Bottom Line...
Here’s an analogy…
Your local Ford motor dealership sells cars. It also services and repairs the cars it sells.
If its website only provided information on servicing and repairs, then it would be engaging with people who have already bought one of the dealership’s cars and ignoring people who might want to buy one.
A website like that would be doing little to ensure the continued viability of that motor dealership.
This is exactly how virtually all school websites currently work. They concentrate on talking to people who have already sent their child to the school. They don’t talk to people who might, given encouragement, send their child there.
What our clients think
Worth their weight in gold…
Comms For Schools ran our staff recruitment drive. Their innovative campaign meant we were almost overwhelmed by outstanding candidates. They are worth their weight in gold