PrimarySite's latest updates
- We are getting an EXCITING NEW LOOK
It may seem like a significant change, but rest assured, our core values and commitment to you, our customers will stay the same. Furthermore, our customers will experience no difference in the software functionality, day-to-day processes, or access to our platforms.
- Welcome to Juniper Education!
Following the announcement this month, I’m very pleased to welcome you to the Juniper Education family.
I’d also like to reassure you that you will continue to be looked after by the same team, dedicated to delivering the same level of customer service you have come to expect from PrimarySite.
- Juniper Education enhances parental engagement with acquisition of PrimarySite
- 'Merging Trusts for Sustainable Growth' branding presentation
Branding helps you communicate why you have merged and what you will offer going forward. It is also key in building stakeholder confidence. Watch our video for key tips on how to brand your Trust to support a successful merger.
- 'Merging Trusts for Sustainable Growth’
We’d like to invite you to join Trust leaders for a free webinar about the role mergers can play in enabling growth. ‘Merging for sustainable growth – the challenges and opportunities’ is on Thursday 26th November from 1 pm to 2.30 pm. We are delighted that Stephen Morales, CEO of the Institute of School Business Leadership, will give the keynote.
- Employee Spotlight – Trudy Parsons, Regional Account Manager
Trudy Parsons joined PrimarySite in 2015 and works as a Regional Account Manager. Here Trudy talks about her role, how its changed during Covid and the joy of finding a job she loves.
- Employee Spotlight – Sarah Fox-Measures, Training Co-ordinator
Sarah has been with PrimarySite for over 3 years as a Training Co-ordinator. A pivotal role in providing dedicated training has allowed her customers to utilise all the features and benefits of their websites, saving them valuable time and money along the way.
Here Sarah talks about the qualities that are important to be successful in her role.
- The importance of having an accessible website
At least 1 in 5 people in the UK have a long term illness, impairment or disability and many more have a temporary disability which can make it incredibly difficult, if not impossible to access online content. Amanda Matthews is the accessibility lead at PrimarySite and is passionate about supporting and educating clients to deliver a positive user experience for their website visitors.
- Employee Spotlight – Karl Fry, Creative Manager
Karl Fry joined PrimarySite in 2015 as their Creative Manager and heads up the design team responsible for creating all School and Trust websites. He talks about the importance of branding and the most rewarding parts of his role.