Gloucestershire Schools

Printed design for schools

It may no longer be an Ofsted requirement to produce a school prospectus. But the positive impact a printed piece of marketing material can have to prospective parents should not be overlooked. We deliver a range of solutions, from school prospectus design to branded folders and leaflets, that are focused at making the best first impression.

Our Design Solutions Include:

“The guys showed clear strategic thinking, alongside the imaginative and creative execution in the development of the school prospectus. Top Qualities: Personable, High Integrity, Creative.”

Sue Gutierrez
(ex)Marketing and Communications Manager, The Abbey School

Branded Folders

A cost-effective and adaptable solution. Branded folders provide you with a piece of material that can be used for a range of purposes. By inserting a suitable set of information sheets your folder can be an open day welcome pack one minute and a professional response to an online enquiry the next.

Folded Leaflets

A perfect snapshot to your school. DL leaflets (A4 folded twice) work wonders at providing a quick glimpse and welcome to your school. They’re easy to distribute amongst feeder nurseries and schools, through letterboxes and at open days.

School Prospectus Design

An opportunity to wow prospective parents. Through a mix of great photography and well crafted text, your school prospectus offers a perfect introduction to your school. It can offer a focused and engaging experience for the recipient, and provide ‘coffee table’ appeal.

Our school prospectus design solutions will help set you apart from other local schools.

To discuss the various options and what might work best for your school

View some of our recent projects…

“Our rebrand has been an exciting process with outstanding results.” 

Warden Hill Primary School

“Communication was, and still is, easy and responses are fast.”

Grangefield Primary School

“The service we received has been exemplary.”

Woodmancote School

“The process is seamless and we gain excellent insights.”

Dean Close School