Showcase your school or trust and captivate your audience with professional photography, videography and virtual tours
A picture is worth a thousand words and a video can do even more! Give your prospective parents a positive impression of your school or trust and provide visitors with a glimpse of what you offer through innovative, engaging multimedia for your website and prospectus designs.
We’ve partnered with edupic, a professional education multimedia company, founded by our former senior photographer, Katie Roach, to provide our customers with a first-class service and expert media solutions at competitive prices.
Whether you use a candid or posed photography style, capturing the interactions between staff and students can create a really positive first impression.
You can showcase your facilities, grounds and location, visually share a taste of academic life at your school, promote your extra-curricular activities and much more through a professional photography shoot.
Nothing engages your prospective parents and students more than being able to experience a flavour of your school or trust through an immersive, handcrafted video.
Captivate your audience by sharing an elegant snapshot of your school that features a dynamic video montage, talking head interviews with key personnel or a bird’s eye view of your grounds with aerial drone footage.
You could also take your visitors behind the scenes by sharing a ‘day in the life’ journey through the eyes of a student.
Transport your audience through your halls with a virtual tour experience, emphasising key areas of your facilities and grounds to promote your offering and allow them to discover the hidden gems which are unique to your school or trust.
Add high quality imagery, videos and aerial photography to pop-up hotspots to enhance your 360 virtual tour and take prospective parents and visitors on an interactive journey of your school from the comfort of their own home.
What our customers say...
Thank you so much for your support, patience, flexibility, creativity, and good humour! I'm so pleased that we managed to get such a wide selection of photos covering different lessons and activities, including pupils across the school, in a very short space of time. There are some fantastic shots and they will really help to promote our school!Niki, Bower Grove School
I just wanted to say a huge thanks to Katie [the photographer] for all the beautiful photos you took the day you came to do the photo shoot. We were looking at them this morning and were bowled over with how wonderful they are. Hope we get to see you again in the summer!Juliette, Communications Officer, Bents Green School
We were really impressed with Katie on the photography day. It was a pleasure working with someone so professional, friendly and knowledgeable. We will definitely consider Katie for any future photography requirements for the school.Leanne, Blackfen School for Girls
Our top tips for multimedia success
Ensure consent is obtained from everyone in the session and you have permission to use the images on marketing, social media and your website
Prepare your school
Spring-clean your surroundings to show your facilities at their best and reminds students of your uniform policy, including acceptable hair and make-up
Plan your day
Create a timetable to ensure you get the most out of your session and notify staff and students, so they’re prepared in advance
The best images are those captured naturally – so enjoy your shoot, safe in the hands of an edupic professional
Introducing our partnership with edupic – an education multimedia company
Photography, videography and virtual tours have always been a staple part of the e4education offering and have been a popular choice for our schools and trusts over the last 8 years.
Perfecting your school’s image
Your school website is a crucial marketing tool for your school, which is why it’s so important to invest in high-quality, professional and engaging school photography and visual media. After all you want to give your visitors the most welcoming and positive first impression possible...