Westborough was already using an ‘off the shelf’ school planner but they wanted something more bespoke which reflected the brand.
Student school planner
We designed the school planner specifically for the needs of the students at Westborough. Keeping the elements from their existing planner that they found really useful and removing the things they never used. We also added in some extra bits such as a plastic pocket and school map and timetable to make the school planner a really useful tool for school life.
Teachers School Planner
The teachers’ planners at Westborough were being made up internally which was costing a significant amount of money in terms of copying but most importantly time. Trying to collate all the amendments, print all the pages and then collate them into a ring binder took over 2 weeks. Westborough commissioned Design for Education to produce their teacher planners which will mean they have a well designed and thought out professionally produced planner which in the fullness of time will cost less than making them in-house.
Just the beginning…
Developing the new school brand was just the start of the project, the new brand was rolled out through the school. Follow the links below to find out more about each project:
- Prospectus design
- Inspirational wall displays
- School Video
- External and internal directional signage
- Open day and presentation evening materials
If you would like more information on our student and teachers planners please contact a member of our team today
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