To help you attract new pupils and promote yourselves to parents, we provide marketing for schools, including video production, 360 virtual tours, website design, social media and PR support.
With the requirement to utilise school budgets cost-effectively, whilst ensuring pupil numbers are maximised and communication to parents is clear, schools increasingly need to market themselves. We understand these challenges and work with you to ensure you get the exposure you need, in a professional and cost-effective manner.
We produce videos, 360 virtual tours, websites, social media and PR for schools, to help them attract new pupils and promote themselves to parents.
our latest projects
Here is a selection of many of the projects we have worked on within the education sector, from websites to video production.
some of our happy customers
here is just a small selection of some of the amazing schools we work with
It’s been a tough 12 months for many independent schools, with parents struggling to pay fees and as many as 30 schools across the UK having to close their doors due to the loss of income. As lockdown 3.0 shows signs of working, and the vaccine roll-out continues at a...
We are delighted to announce we have signed a support contract with Castleman Academy Trust, to provide marketing support to the Trust and their schools. The Trust is based in Dorset and currently includes 2 schools – Broadstone First School and Broadstone Middle...
Earlier this month (Nov 2020) the government announced a significant update to the list of compulsory elements that Maintained Schools and Trusts are required to include on their school websites. At the time of writing Ofsted inspections are still suspended due to the...
“Working with The Collective has been an absolute pleasure. They took the time to find out what was important to us as a school and have managed to transfer our values and ethos into our new website, which we love! We are proud to show off our new site and feedback from our school community has been nothing but positive”
Heidi McSweeney, Headteacher, Cholsey Primary School