Supporting schools on a continuous journey of improvement via intelligent visual design.

Introducing LookAndLearn - a quick-look portfolio.
Below is a small sample of media projects undertaken for Primary and Secondary schools. In 2015, our client, Tudor Grange Academies Trust, directed us to create and renew ITC classrooms in Worcester, Humanities in Redditch and English and Maths departments in Solihull. In partnership with the TGA Trust Educational Experts, each classroom followed a very specific Teaching & Learning template. This was collated and designed with their school curriculum.
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Equals Success

Vinyl lettering is a very affordable and manageable soloution to focused ideas across to pupil.
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Brick in the Wall

Classroom wallpaper covering can support the raising standards in each of the core subjects.
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Everywhere Anywhere

Bespoke designs can be tailored to meet the visual requirements for students in most locations and in all subjects.
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Local History

Bespoke to your location. Local maps, old and new, are timeless and interesting.
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You are here!

Large open spaces make a significant impact to getting your message across to students and teachers alike.
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On the map.

A continuous theme running across different walls make for an interesting narrative
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I have a dream...

Bring history to life with a classroom feature wall.
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Timelines

Timelines add information that can be reference time after time.
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Informative and fun

Combined our Teaching & Learning template to make the subject outstanding.

Bespoke classroom design and installations

Maths, History or ICT? Repositionable wallpaper creates the effect of another extended room! Colossus - Bletchley Park.

What are Fractals?

A very effective wall covering to promote fractals. A fractal is a never-ending pattern.

Large open spaces

The Hub area at an Academy in Worcestershire. This area is regularly updated with new graphics to promote a subject or event. Photo: Science Week.

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