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This is a different looking website to most and has obviously benefited from a professional designer.
This site nicely showcases the work of the pupils at St John's. Use of images throughout the site gives the reader a good feel for all the activities in the school. .
This is a simply structured website. Eight elements in the top navigation lead users to content with the home page pulling from the news page.
Behind a static home page lies a lot of content. Some 23 items in the navigation across the top of the site lead the reader into the depths of school activity.
A very traditional website with clear navigation down the left side.
Very clearly laid out website. Navigation is easy to use and content is presented on a nice clean page.
Very clearly laid out website. Navigation is easy to use and content is presented on a nice clean page, which downloads very quickly.
Nice bi-lingual website. Home page is quite text heavy but beyond this there is a wealth of content with lots of images. The Nuacht section alone will hold your attention for some time.
Slightly unusual looking website with a columnar layout of content on the home page pulling directly from the latest blog posts. The link 'Visit our School' lists the various initiatives running in the school.
This school website engages readers with extensive use of images. It proves too what a very small school (30 to 40 pupils) can do through its website.
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