Can marketing help to address scepticism around academisation?
Hi everyone. And welcome to Episode Twelve of Out of the Blue.
A really interesting episode for you this week in which we’re going to be tackling a question that was asked during my presentation. So the last episode of Out of the Blue was my presentation at the Mat Growth and Merger conference. And from that presentation I got asked a very specific question by Brian Impey, chair of directors from ACORN Multi-Academy Trust down in Devon.
His question was, how effective can marketing be to address the scepticism of local authority maintained schools towards the value of academisation? Now, I did provide a quick sort of 30-second answer to that, but we thought it would be a good idea to create an episode where we look into that particular question and provide a little bit more depth, a bit more meat on the bones.
So that’s what we’re chatting about today. I hope you enjoy the conversation. I’ll be back at the end with some information about next week. 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.
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