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The first thing that strikes you about this site is the colour and the simple structure of the home page which clearly demarks between News and Events; School Calendar and Important Information.
Very few school websites have as much content on them as you will see here. The nine navigation links on top of the site link to over 60 sub pages of content covering all aspects of school life.
Very professional looking website and certainly very colourful. The blocks of content on the home page are compelling and draw the reader in.
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.
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