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Our New Look Website! (March 2015)

The new-look North Lakes School Website is now LIVE! Have you visited yet? Did you know our old site celebrated it's 250,000th visitor last month? 


To celebrate this HUGE milestone we have given the site a make over!  One exciting feature of our new site is 'Responsive Design'. This is where a website is designed to adapt to the display screen of any PC, tablet or mobile device. 


This means that our site can be accessed anywhere you have access to the internet! To help you to get to our site faster on mobile and tablet devices, you can save a special North Lakes icon to your home screen.  All of our children know how to make this icon  - have you got yours yet?


We would like as many people as possible to visit our website  so please tell them about our new look.  We have already reached our first target of 1000 visitors before Sing Up Day so we have now set a new target of 3000 visitor by Easter!  Can we do it?  Spread the Word!


Please let us know what you think about our new site - visit the Guestbook to record your entry.  Each entry will earn your child 5 team points! Here are some of the comments we have had so far:


On Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 12:09, Fiona Askins, a governor from Penrith wrote: The new look website looks fantastic and the view particularly across devices is wonderful especially on my phone. Well done, NLS.


On Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 22:38, Michelle Woof, a parent from Penrith wrote: Fabulous new look website! My son couldn't wait to get home and add it to his home screen on his iPad.  I take a minute to look every night to make sure I know what is planned for the following day, week, month. … Keep up the good work, I'd be lost without it! 


On Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 10:08, Ros Wilson,  a Twitter Visitor from @rosBIGWRITING wrote: Lively & fun website, well done.


On Monday, March 9, 2015 at 10:41, Cumbria School Library Service,  a Twitter Visitor -  CumbriaSLS wrote: Wow! Love your new website - lots of photos and links. Can I come to your school?