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    CMS or a Wiki for a Primary Website

    In the process of moving hosting, and while we are at it, thinking of overhauling the website....

    Want to move from our current Joomla based one (St Luke's CofE Primary School), to something bit simpler. I have been thinking just move to a Wordpress site, but has anyone every used a Wiki as a main school website, what I am thinking here is that they are very easy to edit, and given the nature of a Wiki, may even encourage more staff to contribute.

    Anyway what are peoples experiences?

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    I'm not sure a Wiki as your main site would really work. Wiki's are more for collaboration? I'd say Wordpress would be better suited.

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