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Here Are Three Great Tweets from Schools About Results Day

Results day is one of the biggest days on the school calendar. It is therefore very important for your school to communicate about it. We’ve found some great examples of schools using Twitter to make the most out of this special day.

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How Communications Differ Between Primary and Secondary Schools

Different types of schools require different communications. In this blog, we’ve outlined some of the most important ways that primary schoo…

Social Media

Here Are Some of the Best Tweets from Schools on Bullying

Bullying is a sensitive topic, but it is important for your school to discuss it. Here, we've put together some great examples of schools communicating about bullying on Twitter.

Social Media

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