Julie Wills – How did you Develop your School’s Ethos and Brand Identity?

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Julie Wills – How did you Develop your School’s Ethos and Brand Identity?

In this VideoED, Julie Wills chats to us about her school’s ethos and philosophy, “The Goose Ethos”. Julie shares with us how she first heard about the philosophy, how she adapted and then successfully implemented it into the school’s brand and everyday school life.

Julie Wills is the Headteacher at Upton-upon-Severn Primary School. Julie shared with us various insights on topics such as school philosophy, branding, the “Goose Ethos”, school marketing and much more in this series of VideoEDs by Blue Apple Education.

Julie Wills – How did you Develop your School’s Ethos and Brand Identity?

Julie Wills chats to us about her school’s ethos and philosophy, “The Goose Ethos”. Julie shares with us how she first heard about the philosophy, how she adapted it and how she implemented it at her school.

Julie Wills is the Headteacher at Upton-upon-Severn Primary School. Julie shared with us various insights on topics such as school philosophy, branding, the “Goose Ethos”, school marketing and much more in this series of VideoEDs by Blue Apple Education.

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