Get Your Website Ofsted-Ready

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Read our blog to find out how to ensure your school website meets and even exceeds expectations to set a positive tone for your next Ofsted inspection.

School Marketing: The art of video storytelling

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As birth rates continue to fall, the education market has become more competitive than ever before. With a growing number of school mergers and closures across the country, investing in an effective marketing strategy has become a matter of survival.

Is your website Ofsted ready?

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Read our latest blog to find out how you can optimise your school website and ensure you are ready for your next inspection.

5 Education Marketing Tips Your School Can Use in 2022

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Education marketing has become even more important since the pandemic and the way individuals interact with school marketing is still changing as a result. Marketing strategies used before the pandemic will no longer be as effective, and changes will need to be made in order to keep up with your goals and ambitions.

The Power of Video

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With the sheer power, reach and longevity of video content, incorporating video into your marketing strategy is a must. Our Videographer and Design Assistant, Emma Callaghan, explores the importance of video for all businesses and organisations.

Communication is key

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Despite all that schools are doing, the long gap in education will have an impact on children and young people; on their learning, development and wellbeing which will be a concern for parents and carers. Communication is therefore more important than ever.

How important are school websites?

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So many people are dependent on the internet and traditional print media is becoming a thing of the past. Just take a moment and think about how many times this week have you looked at the classified ads in the newspaper, encyclopaedia or reached for the Yellow Pages to find the answer to a question or details of a service you need? If you are like me, the answer would be zero.

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