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Dixons McMillan required a generic backing to go into all class rooms during their stay in temporary accommodation. With the new building, complete we are working with departments to create specific backings for each department.
Dixons Trinity has had 90% of all internal displays created by us. The brief has always been to keep things simple and showcase the key features of the Academy through the use of their values and drivers. The use of simple design combined with bold colours gives very powerful impact.
Hope academy was going through a period of change in 2015. They were visited by ‘Ofsted’ and rated RI (requires improvement). They were looking to implement whole school systems in the school to help boost this Ofsted rating. We designed several graphics to populate every class room within the academy. They have recently been rated GOOD by Ofsted (2016).
Oasis required some very simple yet effective posters to use in their classrooms to help promote student behaviour. They were used for reception, Y1 through to Y4. We created some superhero characters linking the character to the specific activity. External banners were also part of the brief as it was a new build school and they wanted to use the external space to display some key messages.
Oakwood approached us to help them create an internal brand in their new building. With the school moving to their new building in 2016 they wanted a generic backing that displayed the school logo and the core values of the school. The theme for this backing has been used throughout the school and we have been using it on all other displays to ensure a consistent display theme around the school.