We have been told to try and provide clearer information about school statistics...
Basingstoke, UK (PRWEB UK) 5 May 2012
Website design for schools is becoming more in depth, as more stats and feedback is being requested from Ofsted and parents of pupils. A Manchester based primary school has recently appointed a new website designer they found on the price comparison website Marketing Quotes to handle modifying the existing design of the website to include stats on how the school is performing. Stats will include sickness levels, ratings on lesson standards, ethnic diversity, bullying levels, discipline and other areas of interest to Ofsted and parents of pupils in the school.
A member of the school governors board commented 'we have been told to try and provide clearer information about school statistics that help answer questions from Ofsted and from parents of pupils in the school. Overall our school performs really well, so we feel by publishing feedback to general questions such as bullying, ethnic diversity etc. this will encourage parents to enroll their children with us.'
Anne Richards (who works with many of the website designers at Marketing Quotes) added 'we have noticed that as time has gone on, school websites have become larger and more interactive. Parents and website visitors require more than just a few pictures and basic information about the school, but information such as who the teachers are, what kind of lessons are forthcoming, what the food standards are like, if there are pupil counseling facilities and to what standards etc. School websites these days need to be very up to date as people expect information to be at the touch of a button.'
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