PB4L / Values based branding is promotional or instructional material used in schools to help educate students, in a positive way, about expectations around their core values. The hope is an improvement in student culture and behavioural standards in areas of concern over time.
The brand elements used to support school values programs may include a specific PB4L / Values logo as well as promotional material such as posters, flags, certificates, and signs.
They are designed to:
- Support staff with visual aids to help them be able to educate students more effectively about expected behaviour.
- Promote a school's values in a more prominent way around the school.
- Encourage and celebrate pro-social behaviour in school.
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From My School Client Friends
"We worked with School Branding Matters to develop our school mascot, PB4L logo and signage. Craig was a great listener and we felt that he 'got' us and what we wanted, which resulted in high quality work and a streamlined process without the back and forth hassles previously experienced elsewhere. Distance was no problem and we were able to communicate via phone, email and Skype, and Craig also liaised with a local signage company to ensure that the end products met our expectations. We are thrilled with the work Craig has done for us to date, and will be back for more."
Principal - Riverhills School, Auckland, New Zealand
"Working with School Branding Matters has been a treat. As a PB4L school our values are integral to showing who we are and what we value. After our first meeting with Craig it was obvious he had listened to us and had picked up the journey we have been on and how we wanted to be portrayed. We were thrilled with the visual representations he shared with us and the different options he provided to us. We would thoroughly recommend School Branding Matters to other schools. Thank you Craig for showing us some 'HEART'"
Principal - Banks Avenue School, New Zealand
Do you require some visual branding to support your PB4L / Values program in school?
If you would like to know more about the process involved please contact me.