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What makes a good nursery website- why do you keep revisiting certain ones -what makes one stand out from another. Have you seen these new e prospectus- they turn over like pages in a book? I think my ones would be FSF, NDNA, CWDC and DEE. But I am looking for some other favourites and why?Im probably looking for information sites but does anyone know a local school or nursery with a website they wish they had?

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That's nice of you Sheila - now I feel like I was fishing for compliments... :o

 

I've always quite liked the Hitchams ICT information website. Fairly basic layout but good and clear with lots of information. You can find it here if you don't know it already. :)

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I like the websites that Parenta produce.

 

Hopes and Dreams is a nursery in London that I have visited (for a previous job) They have loads of info for parents that are looking to take their child to nursery for the first time as well as a 'parenting' part to the webiste, which includes health, tips and ideas, shopping etc.

 

Parenta are also the company that do the e-prospectus for nurseries that Sheila was talking about, which is an innovative way to promote a nursery.

 

I think that they should be user friendly, easy to navigate and contain up-to-date and relevant information. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to find information and not being able to find it or when you do, it is out of date.

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Woodlands School site is good, great for events and festivals and superb for 'odd events' - although the Lewes pea throwing wasn't there last time I looked - :o

 

try here

 

Steve - where's Helen's site gone? I thought that was rather good, was thinking of suggesting to our boss that he revamp ours to be more like that. OURS is DREADFUL!!

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