About beyondtheschoolrun.com

Louise Webster launched Beyondtheschoolrun in March 2012 as a place to help parents utilise their skills & talents in the hours available to them and for businesses to connect with this pool of talent.   The journey has taken Louise to Downing Street & The Cabinet Office and she is passionate about the positive impact supporting parents beyond the school run will have on families, society & the economy. 

How I came to write a book

How I came to write a book

A New Way for Mothers I never imagined for a moment I would write a book so how did it come about? I was invited to do a talk with an online family summit and a publisher in the USA heard me speak.  Shortly after to my surprise there was an email saying would I...

Membership is OPEN

Following the success of our Founding members launch and working together with the amazing group we are opening our membership. This is an incredible opportunity to work directly with Louise, receive her guidance in taking your next steps along with support and...

Founding member launch

I am excited to share an opportunity with you. I have been thinking during this current situation that as our windows of time have got smaller it is more important than ever to find new ways to make progress.  And to do this we need clarity, support from others,...

I am Louise Webster, Mother of 2 and Founder of beyondtheschoolrun.com

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My story so far

I am Louise Webster, Mother of 2 and Founder of beyondtheschoolrun.com I created the idea for Beyondtheschoolrun.com when I became very aware of the talent drifting away from the schoolgates each day.  I had two young children and previously run and established PR...

The vision & the founder

The vision & the founder

BTSR is the brainchild of Louise Webster, a parent and PR professional and founder of Rare Communications (www.rarecommunications.co.uk), who has come to realise just how much untapped skill and potential drifts away from the school gate every morning. Louise’s...

A giant leap for beyond the school run

A giant leap for beyond the school run

My visit to No.10 On the 29 July 2012, I was invited to No.10 Downing Street to discuss Beyondtheschoolrun! I was invited to meet David Cameron’s special advisor for women and family issues, Laura Trott. As you can see from the photo, I was greeted by the lovely...

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