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We  produce imaginative creative  integrated campaigns; here are some of the best.

We love them for their use of rich media, their intelligent informed content and their creative and engaging design. Also not forgetting, they’ve delivered measureable results, changed behaviour and won some awards too.

 

We encourage young ones to share good times not flu!

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For nearly 20 years we have been breathing energy into the BMW Group Education Programme.

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Children’s Traffic Club... our best known resource

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176,000 tiny tots are introduced to healthy eating, a habit that should last their lifetime.

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We bring the M&S Archive to life with the help of a few tins of biscuits.

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We injected ‘something different’ into NAPP’s online Training Zone for employees

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We enable primary children to explore STEM subjects and be inspired.

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We help Nationwide employees deliver key lifeskills lessons to future generations. Now Nationwide Education’s quality resources are being used in classrooms by staff volunteers.

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Over 1.4 million children, have taken part in ‘Hands up for Hygiene’.

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We bring you a taste of history the Hovis way.

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Our campaign helps get young families walking for fun and health.

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We help girls wise up to HPV and encourage them to get vaccinated!

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‘The Great Gingerbread House Sale’ is now on – putting the fun into fundraising!

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Shelter

The brief:

  • To create a suite of teaching resources to raise awareness of Shelter’s work.
  • To support the success of their 2013 community Christmas fundraising, ‘The Great Gingerbread House Sale’.

Our solution:

  • A series of age-appropriate creative, curriculum-linked lesson plans/tasks and challenges which capture the imagination while  building understanding surrounding  the issues of homelessness and raising awareness of Shelter's work in order to encourage fundraising.

The campaign:

  • Launched in November 2013 with schools invited to design, make, bake and sell their Gingerbread House creations in aid of Shelter.
  • The resource provides an opportunity to be creative and entrepreneurial, whilst delivering a range of key learning outcomes and enriching young people’s understanding of good citizenship and social responsibility.
  • A competition, open to the public vote, adds an extra dimension to this event.

The results:

  • The main thrust of this activity is fundraising, the results of which will be known in the New Year (early 2014).
  • The competition element, including the public vote, is expected to generate positive PR.

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Siemens is tackling the UK STEM skills gap with an engineering and careers portal for schools.

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We bring the periodic table to life and show its relevance in everyday life. 

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We helped change attitudes towards drinking tap water.

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UNICEF were looking for a partner to help raise funds in a new, meaningful and innovative way.

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An innovative way to inspire employees to be environmentally aware.

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