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Marketing and PR
Positive publicity and reputation management are an imortant means of attracting parents and pupils to your school. These resources will help you market the vision and ethos of your setting and manage any crisis or negative publicity.
When recruiting new pupils you need to sell your school and services. Lisa Griffin offers ways to market your school with a range of resources
Getting good publicity for your school is a vital part of maintaining its reputation. Paul Sample provides advice to promote the positive and mitigate the negative
The reputation and brand of your school is crucial to its success. Paul Sample offers advice in building reputation and spreading your key messages
Good contacts lists are essential in developing and maintaining your reputation. Download and complete the contact list to ensure you are prepared for a crisis or emergency
Open days are a great opportunity to showcase your school and communicate directly to parents. Josephine Smith offers a range of tips to ensure your day is a success
The school profile is a useful document that clearly outlines activities, achievements, performance and more
Can a marketing professional make a difference in your school? Hayley Wilson debunks common marketing myths and describes clear marketing solutions for schools
School websites are a key method of communicating with parents, pupils and the wider community but what makes a good one? Paul Sample explains how to design and create a school website
In this 30-minute webinar, Paul Sample, leading consultant on school marketing and reputation management, will give us the benefit of his experience when it comes to marketing schools.
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