Yes it is the paradise theme.
Would I be able to get some feedback on my current development.
If I'm completely honest though I prefer your current website at Home » Ashton Park School.
Ignore the breadcrumb thats a test at the mo.
Our current website is managed externally and running on jshop and offers no way of customising it ourself.
Also the navigation is terrible on our current website. Compared to the new one its a lot easier to get to where you want to go.
DSapseid I dont know if its just me but IMO the scrolling images move way too fast. I was trying to read the text and about 3 words in, it went to the next picture.
Ours is Wordpress Brighouse High School » Official Website of Brighouse High School Find it really easy to use and the CMS is brilliant, however still lacking information off some of the departments so information isnt always up to date.
You have to consider that internally, your audience is likely to be very small indeed. I know that here, the website is visited only a handful of times during the day from within the school itself. Our primary audience are parents and potential students, of which use a variety of browsers. My web stats for last month show that IE accounts for 53.7% of visitors' browsers. While that's high, it's only half of everyone who visits. That means it's essential for me to ensure that our website is viewable on as many browsers as possible.
The time that the most visits occur are around 8am and 6pm.
We only use IE within school, too, but it's a severe oversight to limit yourself just to it because you "don't support" others internally. Your potential customers are likely to be put off if they can't even access your website for information. Considering that pupils = money, that should be something to consider indeed.