St Martin’s School Website Now Live
Exciting news… CuCo have launched a fresh, brand new website for our client St Martin’s School!
St Martin’s are a flourishing Bournemouth-based independent school for boys and girls aged 4-11 years.
As a happy, family-owned prep school, St Martin’s has a unique proposition for parents. The school offers small class sizes alongside traditional values and high academic standards. 90% of pupils gain places at the grammar schools and many achieve scholarships to local independent schools.
For the St Martin’s website, CuCo wanted to create a sense of movement and energy, so our talented web designers incorporated nautical waves into the visual design which would link effectively back to the design of the prospectus which also featured a distinctive curvy creative design.
Our Developers built the site in the CMS WordPress, ensuring that St Martin’s Headteacher has full access to edit the content of the site and upload news at will.
Not only does the new site act as a highly-effective marketing platform and a ‘window’ into the school for prospective parents, it also hosts a plethora of useful, bespoke functionality including a parents portal, digital prospectus to view, dynamic school calendar, blogging facilities, online registration forms and much, much more.
The homepage of the site boasts a full page video showcasing the relaxed, happy and engaged children of the school, instantly communicating the positive energy, pride and community-feel of St Martin’s.
The ‘path through St Martins’ theme from the school prospectus is also carried through in the website copy, guiding prospective parents through the site to discover their child’s path to maturity and academic success.
Following this journey through the site, prospective parents will be encouraged review latest inspection reports, discover the school’s rich 100+ year history, and arrange a tour with Headteacher Mrs Richards.
If your school is in need of a new website, our experts are here to help! Get in touch today – we’d love to hear from you!
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