Conisborough College is a purpose built campus which opened in 2009. Students benefit from state of the art technologies and resources including a very generous computer/student ratio; a purpose built sports hall, dance studio and fitness room as well as an astroturf outside. We have specialist teaching rooms for textiles, music, art, design technology and science.
The school is offering unique opportunities to all its students as they strive to raise standards across all areas of learning and personal development, allowing every student to achieve everything they are capable of. Conisborough College are passionate about making a difference to the lives of their young people, ensuring that they have every opportunity to succeed by identifying and nurturing each one’s individual talents.
The aim of all staff is to provide all students with inspiring opportunities and experiences supported with careful monitoring, reporting and assessment. The students bring with them a diversity of experiences and backgrounds both socially and culturally and the school community is built on the strengths of this local diversity.
Conisborough College were holding the first of a number of open days for prospective parents and students to view the school. This event would be the launch of the new school brand and Pylon Design proposed a series of pull-up banners to endorse the occasion. The banners had to reflect the schools new brand and utilise the images produced at the recent photography shoot. A visual link to the current prospectus, also designed and produced by Pylon Design, was important in creating a consistent message.
Having recently completed the school’s new prospectus, Pylon Design Consultants proposed a series of 3 banners, the middle one echoing the cover of the prospectus and flanked on either side with banners portraying a range of photographs and a selection of positive quotes from their last Ofsted visit. Pylon created an eye catching series of banners that endorsed the new Conisborough College brand, caught the eye of the reader with informative and thought provoking images and backed up with positive messages about the school. The success of the banners was down to the idea of wetting the readers appetite and left them wanting to know more.