Tag Archives: Schools

Unpicking data and using it to shape development

One of the changes we've made to this blog recently is a drive to make it more dynamic, with regular, snappy updates about projects, ideas or anything else related to change and transformation. As I haven't contributed for, ahem, quite a while, I'll use that as an excuse for the less-than-snappy post that follows. This actually started out as a report about a specific piece of work, which evolved into a blog post as I thought it was worth sharing. I hope people find it interesting. Posted in Digital | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

My internal move from Business Support to the Corporate Web and Digital Communications Team

In the last week of November I moved teams in DCC, from the central Business Support Team to the Web and Digital Communications Team – an obvious move! The move was the result of a restructure and my job had changed, although a large part of my role involved web publishing and eCommunications.

I previously supported a number of P.A’s with administrative support and acted as the contact for tasks such as stationery requests, paying invoices, support to the MFD’s (multi-functional devices) and provided cover for post, rail/car hire and hotel bookings, I was also a cardinus administrator (our health and safety system) and the contact for the schools emergency phone numbers during half term.… Read the rest

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Why WordPress?

For the past couple of years we have been making regular use of Wordpress as a Content Management System. Several people have asked how we decided to use Wordpress and what were the reasons for choosing it over the many other alternatives out there. Here I try to explain the origins of our use of WordPress and why we continue to use it. Posted in Digital | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment