School Web Design
WHAT WE DO
Interested in a sleek, tailor-made, OFSTED compliant school website? hi-impact media are here!
Using their knowledge of education, web-navigation and internet safety, the media team can help you totally reshape your online presence – bringing both your design and security into the modern era.
The media team will meet with you to discuss your current website, what you like/dislike and what you would like to improve, keep or remake. This process really allows you to strip the site back and prevent it from getting cluttered!
Design & Build
Following the initial meeting, the team will begin to put the designs together, whilst prompting you for feedback throughout to ensure you are happy with the outcome.
Final Check on Website
hi-impact will present your final website in a password protected space and make any final changes given. Once complete, an OFSTED Compliance check will be carried out to ensure your website is fully up-to-date.
Ongoing Website Support
EASY TO CONNECT
Once the design is complete the media team will support you with any domain or hosting needs that arise, with additional options to develop your own skills in order for you to take control of the website once the design work is complete.
hi-impact media have procedures in place to ensure that the web design process visually represents your school, is supportive, and easy-to-use.
Check out some of our work here!
“hi-impact were so focused, listened carefully to specs and the photography for the website was amazing! The finished website looks modern, unique and stunning!”
Jill Pearson, Headteacher of Barnston Primary
“We received extremely professional and efficient service; culminating in a fantastic final product. We are very proud of our new website and I cannot thank the hi-impact team enough.”
Andrea Unsworth, Headteacher of Hillside Primary
“I am delighted with the service provided by the team at hi-impact. I would highly recommend them to any school or academy trust. They are quick to respond and extremely professional.”
Tracy Webb, Headteacher of Concordia MAT