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So, it's almost time for a new school year.For a school marketer, it's the time when you find out really how successful you were last year - when the previously quiet halls are filled with lots of children and great teachers ready to achieve great results.
But it's also the time when you need to working hardest to make sure that success is repeated next year. And many school marketers have a double challenge - doing this in a new role or in a new school.
So, what are the best things to do in September? Here are 7 suggestions - please add more by commenting.
It's probably one of the biggest school marketing cliches, but here are the best wavers, leapers and smilers of the day - thanks to our Good News from Schools twitter feed! (The serious marketing point is that it's worth getting great photos to show the human side of Results Days!)
Time - or our lack of it - is a common theme in education. Writing in Insight magazine, HMC Chairman Tim Hands suggested that heads take more 'strategic time' to compensate. School marketers can manage time in a similar way, by creating and sticking to strategic marketing plans.
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