Leeds Parent Partnership Service – New Website

Published: 31st Mar 2010 in Ethical Web Design

Leeds Parent Partnership Service provide education information and advice to parents and carers of children with individual educational needs.

Leeds Parent Partnership Service Website

We originally began working with PPS Leeds in 2007 and created their very first content management website. Since then the team have been using the site to provide useful information to service users, such as details about local support and events. In this next wave of development we added further functionality, new sections and a parent discussion forum. Updates were also made for further ease of use for site administrators. PPS Leeds have also recently undergone a service re-brand across all publicity materials and needed a website re-design to bring it in line.

The PPS Leeds website is also hosted by Green Hosting.

Visit them at www.leedsparentpartnership.co.uk

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