Park Hill Prep

Park Hill Prep School and Nursery has an established reputation for providing excellent academic teaching for 2-7 year olds and are currently extending their provision for children up to the age of 11. Their new website has been designed to showcase the school’s aims and ethos, whilst providing as much useful information as possible to parents.

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Park Hill Prep came to us for a bespoke website with a modern and engaging design. By carefully following their brand guidelines, we are pleased with how we have been able to incorporate the school colours and their small, nurturing and family-orientated message into their website.

After any website launch we are always on hand to help with any website changes, but we also provide training on our dynamic content editor (School CMS). This gives flexibility to schools to make any changes they require to their own website.

Our Results

“Independent Nursery Kingston ” moving from #10 to #3
“Independent Nursery Surrey ” moving from #94 to #8
“Pre Prep Nursery Kingston ” moving from #8 to #1
“Pre Prep Nursery Surrey ” moving from #99 to #11
“Pre Prep School Kingston ” moving from #3 to #1
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