Representing more than the obvious school facilities in your school brand.

Well, hello there you remarkable lot. I feel like I’m getting to know some of you from lots of the questions and comments and remarks that you’ve been making from our previous episodes of the show. Thanks so much for the feedback that you’ve been giving us.

This week represents the first in a short series of episodes that were going to be putting together. They’re going to be conversations between myself and David, where we look to answer some very specific questions that you’ve been posing in some of our conversations.

This week we are looking at answering a question that was posed by the headteacher of a primary school in Oxfordshire. And she poses the question. How do you go about developing a school brand that represents more than just the obvious, unique selling points of your school?

A really interesting question. I hope you find the conversation where we try and answer that really interesting as well. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee or cup of tea and I’ll see you at the end of the conversation with some further details. More information and some information about what to expect in the next episode of the show. I’ll see you soon.

Out of the Blue is a weekly Video Podcast hosted by David Limb and Mark Davis from Blue Apple Education and is for CEOs of Multi-Academy Trusts, executive headteachers, headteachers, school marketing or admissions managers, school business managers, teachers or anyone with an interest in marketing a school.

Premiered every Friday at 4pm (GMT) the idea of the show is to provide schools and trusts with expertise in a wide variety of fields that may not necessarily be available within traditional education environments.

Blue Apple Education is inviting guest speakers onto the weekly show to provide an even broader range of knowledge, experience and expertise to the education sector. By sharing this expertise we are providing schools with more tools to tackle many of today’s issues facing the education sector, and, more importantly, supporting our future generations.