Cranmore School.

Branding   /   Graphic Design   /   Print

Cranmore School is one of the South East’s leading independent prep schools. Yellowball have assisted across all areas of their marketing strategy and implementation. Recently, this has included bespoke on-site photography and post production, design and print of their new prospectus, outdoor banners and a suite of new press adverts. We have also assisted in providing strategic PR advice and copywriting to help announce the launch of the school going fully co-education in stages from September 2016 . Additionally, we provide ongoing support and advice on the school’s social media content plan and execution.

  • A Refreshed Prospectus

    We love working on school prospectuses. It provides an opportunity to make a tangible impact on what has traditionally been one of the first points of contact for prospective parents. 

    The Cranmore Prospectus was particularly special with a beautiful design and the use of our very own Lead Designer, Lizzie Ayton's professional photography. With a playful but professional feel, the prospectus portrays the quality of the education received by pupils at Cranmore School. 

  • Utilising Digital Channels

    Yellowball helped Cranmore School devise and execute a social media advertising strategy specifically targeted at promoting the school as it transitioned into a co-ed school.

    Our design and digital marketing teams collaborated to create the strategy, produce advert designs and content, analyse and tailor the campaign. The end result? A tangible increase in enquiries to the school for co-ed pupils.

  • "The team at Yellowball recognise that it is vital for a modern business to have effective communication in order to thrive. I have found them to be astute in understanding our particular ethos and values and in identifying a suitable strategy to launch a major initiative. I commend them to you if you wish to have a highly creative group on board who will work with you empathetically to pursue your organisation’s objectives and achieve your goals."


    Headmaster, Cranmore School