What makes a good school and exceptional school?
We believe that the answer to this is in most cases effective marketing. In our experience most exceptional schools know how to communicate with their audiences in a way that alters their audiences perception of the school and inspires them to send their children to it.
So what then is effective marketing we hear you ask? Well to some degree that depends on your schools specific area of challenge; poor public perception, falling rolls, BSF threats, Ofsted inspection issues or reputation management.
The answer, however, will involve some or all of the following to varying degrees; outstanding literature and media, strong feeder primary school relationships and full open evenings where prospective students and parents are engaged and keen to attend.
Grow your school through literature & media
We have an award winning creative team that develops exceptional school literature, literature that inspires students and reassures parents at the same time.
We know what works and we make sure that it works for your school. To see examples of our work visit our gallery (link), to find out more about how we do this, download the free report on the homepage or give us a call.
Grow your school through strong feeder primary school relationships
Imagine hundreds of year 5 pupils all desperate to attend your school. Every school knows that if it could only build strong enough relationships with its feeder primary schools and their students, their school would be full.
The problem is that most schools can’t resource this to the level required to make this a reality. Perfect Education has a turn key system for this that is proven to work and does not require the school to commit extensive time or resources to it. To find out more download our free report or call us on 01706 373440.
Grow your school through a full open evening
Your open evening is a huge opportunity for your school to shine. So many great open evening presentations are wasted and left unseen however, through poor attendance. So why do parents often not attend open evenings?
The answer is because in their mind it was not important enough.So to ensure that it is full, and our open evenings often have 6-700 people attending, you need to make it unmissable, an event worth attending. To find out how we do this download our free report or call us.