Have you ever wondered whether getting a nursery or school app would be “worth it”?
If so, take a look at the article below, written by Sal McKeown for Practical Pre-School, which describes the experience of The Barn Nursery School and the decision to invest in a nursery app.
Sharon Cooper, co-owner of The Barn Nursery School wanted a “go-to resource” where parents could find out what was going on at the nursery.
“For us, it’s about making the sharing of information as convenient as possible for everyone.”
The nursery school downloaded several other nursery app’s before deciding to go with a Piota app, as it looked attractive and easy to use. This doesn’t mean a compromise on features though. When we speak to customers, the key things they want the app to be able to do are:
- provide a central source of easily accessible information for parents and carers
- integrate existing communication channels (twitter / facebook / website)
- display text, photos, PDF menus, and videos
- send messages to parent and carer’s, with the flexibility to send to one, many or everyone depending on the content.
Our apps do all this and more, check out our features page for more information.
So, the apps are great for parents and carers, but what about from the nursery perspective?
We build the apps in a way which makes them accessible to all users. Reducing workload and administration time is usually one of the reasons you’ve decided upon an app, so we make them simple to use so you can start saving time and money straight away.
There’s definitely no need to be a technical expert in order to manage and upload content on to your app. Nevertheless, we do give full training during your trial, and have a friendly support team to provide on-going assistance / trouble shooting should you need it.
According to Sharon at The Barn Nursery School, you probably won’t!
“The app is simple to use and I think it’s very good value.”
If you are interested in trialling your own nursery or school app, please get in contact with a member of the team today.