Chase Grammar School
Design & Print
Chase Grammar School is an academic and caring community for 2 to 19-year-olds, with a small family feel. The school offers a broad curriculum for the 21st century which promotes the academic achievement, personal development and global citizenship of all students at A level and GCSE.
Chase Grammar has a distinctive ‘Chase Passport’ used by students throughout the school to set themselves challenges and plan personal targets to develop character strengths.
We approached Chase Grammar to see if they were aware of our marketing, design and print services. They advertised in our magazine, Staffordshire Living, for a long time and discovered our pricing for a new prospectus was very competitive.
They wanted a new larger prospectus, with a pocket at the back to store documents (A4 portrait, 16 pages). The prospectus needed to match their new ‘passport to success’ branding.
Chase Grammar also wanted some quality 20-page school newsletters designing and printing to be sent out to parents to keep them up to date with all the fantastic activities their children had been taking part in.
We worked from Chase Grammar’s brand guidelines and used photography and copy supplied by them to create a prospectus which reflected the quality and ethos of the school. We proof-read the copy and created a few different page layout ideas, which were an immediate hit.
We made sure to use quality paper stock, planned the project timeline to ensure nothing was rushed and spent time working with Chase Grammar to make sure the images were all great quality for print.
We are now working on a series of newsletters too, which will also be printed.
KAYLEIGH SANDERS | ADMISSIONS & MARKETING
“We have recently worked with Project Storm to design and create our new school prospectus and our biannual school magazine. They were really easy to work with and the design team constantly updated us regarding ideas and options at each stage right up until printing.
“They were always extremely flexible when we changed our decisions on content and photographs, all the team were happy to help. We would recommend Project Storm and we look forward to working with them again on our next publication.”