Visiting a school or college to have a look round is an important influence on where parents send their children. Open-days promote the available facilities and give visitors a good idea of whether the school is a good fit for their child.
In these uncertain times, Coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions have limited the option of visiting schools in person. However, this does not mean you can’t give would-be visitors an idea of the fantastic things you can offer their child. Primary school virtual school tour videos or online college tours let you take viewers on an engaging journey through your facilities, buildings and corridors.
Online tours are a creative way to show the positive atmosphere around your school. A perfect opportunity to communicate to the viewer why they should be sending their child to your school. They can be shared on social media, websites, or via email, giving parents and children alike an opportunity to experience your school or college. Any time. Anywhere.
awesome. are a professional brand and digital agency in Barnsley & Sheffield. We are highly recommended and utilised by the educational sector in the South Yorkshire region for brand, content and digital services. This experience has given us a talent for increasing positive school awareness within local communities. Despite having a focus on our local provision, we are available for projects across the country.
The quality of our services is demonstrated by the many educational clients that trust us with repeat content work. Several primary schools in the Barnsley area rely on us to review their brand identity and community awareness on an annual basis.
We rebranded a school in the Barnsley area following a ‘needs improvement’ inspection by Ofsted. It was commented on favourably by Ofsted in their next inspection. The new branding helped improve the image of the school and propel it to ‘good’ status.
Our clients come from across the spectrum of education. We have a broad understanding of what life is like through each stage of learning. This starts from nursery, going onto primary school, secondary school and right up to higher education colleges and university.