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Your school is unique. Your students are unique. Why should your website be any different? Choose what you want your digital presence to say about your school and let our professional designers do the rest.
When you get started, we will be in touch to find out more about your school, location, region, values and more. While each School Tool website layout is similar, this information helps us to customise the look and feel to accurately represent your school.Get Started with your Professional Design
Dynamic Term Panner
Reduce your workload and let the website manage your term planner for you. Our easy to use planner is mobile friendly and seamlessly integrated with the "What's On" widget ensuring everyone knows what is happening when.
Simply enter in each event or activity and specify the date and times. Not only will the planner automatically display these events in the right term and week, but the "What's On" widget will automatically display the upcoming events and hide events that have already happened.Get Started creating your Dynamic Term Planner
Set up multiple administrators and share the workload. With user and group based permissions, you control who has access to which areas of the website and ensuring that content is fresh, relevant and accurate becomes child's play!
Keeping content relevant and accurate is one of the most challenging parts of managing any website. By sharing the load, multiple people can log in to the administration area from any device, at any time.Get Started with the Administrator Login
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- Published October 17, 2019 11:55
- Professor Gary Martin FAIM FACE
OPINION: Listening to feedback can be confronting, but failure to do so can be detrimental to a school's performance.
Many of our good schools are missing something that by its very absence is holding them back from becoming great. And what it is may surprise you.
It is not the quality of our teachers, a lack of support from members of the parent community, the presence of difficult students, or even the adequacy of a school's resources.
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