Conyers School & Sixth Form Website | By Geonet Solutions
Conyers School & Sixth Form Website | By Geonet Solutions
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Conyers School & Sixth Form

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About This Project



A clean and fresh website for Conyers School & Sixth Form to fully represent and reflect the values and aims of the Yarm-based school.


Following the tender win, Geonet created a new web presence for Conyers with greatly improved structural, design and accessibility elements to deliver a website that was much more engaging and user-friendly to a variety of target audiences.


The new website is fully Ofsted and Local Authority compliant, seamlessly integrates a number of third-party systems including Go Sport, Go Music and ConyersNet and incorporates the school’s branding and colour palette, whilst taking a new twist on previous branding styles to create an updated, fresh look for the school.


The site neatly manages an extensive sitemap, with key areas for information on all stages of the school, from KS3 to Sixth Form, a live news feed to display latest happenings at the school, an engaging events calendar to showcase upcoming events, integrated social media channels and a more visually engaging layout for content-heavy and downloads pages.


The simple, no-fuss menu layout allows users to quickly and easily find what they’re looking for, without being overwhelmed by a cluttered navigation and the site also features a full set of up-to-date imagery to reflect the recent school uniform changes.


Customer Testimonial


“The website is now really beginning to take shape and we are really pleased with the outcome so far. I know we are still working with your team in finishing touches, but we are extremely pleased with it – it is exactly the image we were looking to achieve; so a huge thank you to your team and for working with us so closely to meet our needs!”


Chris Coleman, Assistant Headteacher


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