Creative Blogs Ltd is the UK’s leading supplier of WordPress Multisites blogs for schools.

As teachers we understand the needs of schools and we provide educators and educational institutions with the tools and knowledge they need to harness the benefits of blogs for better learning.

With a community of over 170 schools built up over 12 years, Creative Blogs?has developed a wealth of practical knowledge and experience of the technical, organisational and pedagogical application of WordPress Multisite blogs in schools.


An increasing number of our customers are using their blogsites as their school website. And why not? After all, WordPress is a powerful Content Management System that allows you to create flexible menu systems, pages with custom layouts, portfolios and more.

Crosthwaite CE Primary’s blogsite combines a modern responsive theme that looks great whatever screen size you are using with all the features that you would expect from a website including calendar, social media integration and much more…

Visit Crosthwaite’s Website


barnsleytsaAs well as multisite blog projects for schools we are engaged with blog design projects where clients wish to exploit the power and flexibility of the WordPress platform.

Barnsley Teaching School Alliance’s blog includes a sophisticated calendar system that their clients can subscribe to and a course booking system to manage the course that they run.

Whatever your project requirements are there is a good chance that WordPress has the answer and at an affordable price.

Visit the Barnsley TSA site.

Green Park Primary School was the first primary school set up by Creative Blogs in 2005. The infectious vision and inspiration of teacher Peter Rafferty (@raff31) continues to allow the use of blogs to flourish across the school.

The Green Park homepage blog has recently been redesigned to combine the components of a traditional school website with those dynamic features of a learning community using blogs. In the current tight financial climate it makes sense to make use of the design flexibility of blogs to avoid the costs of running a separate school website.

Visit Green Park Blogs