Over the past year, a number of schools have asked us about marketing their Sixth Forms and how best to communicate their offer. As a result we started a research project among pupils in Years 12 and 13 (Generation Z) and their parents to find out their views on this important topic. We wanted […]
Marketing your school’s brand to its full potential, although a significant factor in its success, can often be neglected and consequently restricted by a budget that may not meet your ideal needs. However, a great deal of marketing for schools can be low-cost and easy to implement. This is the second of a two-part series that […]
Marketing your school’s brand to its full potential, although a significant factor in its success, can often be neglected and consequently restricted by a budget that may not meet your ideal needs. However, a great deal of marketing for schools can be low-cost and easy to implement. This is the first of a two-part series […]
We were delighted to have run another Study Day for CISC on Wednesday 18th November. St Columba’s College in St Albans kindly hosted the event which was attended by nearly 30 delegates. These came from independent Catholic schools across the country and most of them were responsible for the marketing function in their schools. The theme […]
It’s that time of year again. The Royal College of Art holds this great annual fundraiser, Stewarts Law RCA Secret, supporting students at a formative time in their careers. It’s an exhibition and sale of original postcard-sized artworks, donated by internationally acclaimed and emerging artists. An artwork may have been created by Tracey Emin, or alternatively […]
Last week we had the pleasure of exhibiting and speaking at CISC 2015, held at Oatlands Park, Weybridge. As ever it was a thoroughly enjoyable event and it was lovely to see old friends and make new ones. Katie and Nicola held 2 seminars on using social media to implement your school’s marketing strategy, in […]
Our thanks to The Marist Schools in Berkshire and in particular thanks to Kerry Bertram, for inviting us to host the latest of our on-going series of Social Media Seminars for Schools. Three hours seemed barely enough to cover the four main tools of Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube, but we really appreciated the way […]
Reading this reminds me of looking at Maurits Escher’s impossible constructions. When social media takes over your life you can literally go around in circles. Take this example from The Drum. Here’s the link: https://bitly.com/16rFbnh oh by the way… pay attention to the warning. DO NOT POST on PINTEREST!