The essential guide to promoting your school safely using social media.
A short high impact course for teachers
Senior staff/ Business Managers/ Administrators / Technical support – Secondary or Primary Phase
If you are looking to raise the profile of your school, social media should be an integral part of your marketing strategy. This hands on course will show you how to use social media such as Twitter and LinkedIn to raise the profile of your school, increase your influence and engage more widely with your community and target audiences such as prospective parents.
Using Social Media safely
In order to protect your school, we will give you guidelines to ensure your campaign is effective, appropriate and safe for your school
Minimise risks from unwelcome users and deal with any negative publicity
The latest popular platforms and how they may impact on you and your pupils
Keep an eye on what parents, schools and others are saying about you
Promoting your school
How to set up a presence or develop an existing one in order to get maximum benefit
Ensuring that you are up to speed with all aspects of social media
Celebrating children’s work
Effective parental and community engagement
Marketing your school to potential parents
Managing your social media campaign successfully to achieve results without taking up too much staff time
High impact courses for teachers covering a range of themes including school improvement and higher level thinking, technology and computing, safeguarding and online safety.
Cost effective – just £49 per delegate (£29 for additional delegates from same school)
Minimum disruption – High Impact courses run from 1pm to 3pm
Conveniently located course venues with refreshments included
Delivered by experienced learning practitioners and professionals with years of educational experience
An online Teachmeet that came about as a result of a posting on the CAS forums in which a teacher wanted to connect with schools that had Google Chromebooks. – Suggest an idea for a future teachmeet
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With thanks to contributions from the following schools: Parkfield, Marlborough, Avanti House, Fulham Boys, Godstow, The Weald, Overstone and the National Stem Learning Centre.
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Independent computing, ICT and e-safety consultants providing curriculum support to schools