HQ for boys adventures education

By |Published On: Friday, October 14, 2022|1 min read|

Quantock have just unveiled their first significant communication project for this school situated in the Oxfordshire countryside.

One of England’s hidden gems was how this outwardly traditional prep-school was first described, and how right this was. Delving beneath the surface Quantock discovered an incredibly happy and lively school with a surprisingly unconventional ethos, and a rich seam of positive can-do energy which the boys clearly cherished.

This is a school which is perfectly at ease with itself, and Quantock wanted to capture the spirit of endeavour, fun and humour that permeates the school. Quantock’s design team instantly understood the brief and responded intuitively with a perfect pitched design built around the concept of ‘HQ for boy’s adventures.

Quantock’s task was to resolve the inconsistencies with the brand visual equity, develop brand communications, create original advertising and introduce a new prospectus.

Special recognition was expressed from Lucinda Grafton, Cothill’s Head of Marketing.

“Many thanks to you and the team for all your hard work developing a prospectus that is such a wonderfully true representation of life at Cothill.”

That pretty much says it all, job done.

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