Brand and design agency, Fifteen Design, are pleased to unveil their latest rebrand for Selston High School.
The school, previously ‘Selston Arts and Community College’, has gone through a full rebrand for the upcoming 2012-13 term. Fifteen Design have been working very closely with the school to achieve a brand which they thought really reflected the school and it’s values.
We first went to the school to give some of the pupils a lesson on logos and branding. Now, we wouldn’t describe ourselves as teachers but the lesson went down really well with the students and teachers involved! The pupils then put their ideas into the logo design by brainstorming about the schools heritage and community involvement. This session really helped the Fifteen Design team to create a brand that not only looked fantastic, but also really represented the school’s history. The meaning behind the brand is also strengthened by the involvement from the pupils which went down really well with the school.
We’ve recently created a stationery pack for the school compromising of letterheads, compliment slips, business cards, continuity sheets and notepads. These will be utilised in the new school year when the school officially rebrands to ‘Selston High School’
Last week the Fifteen Design team were also involved in a photo shoot at the school after their new uniforms were created. We’re working on something really special for the school, involving photography by local award winning photographer David Baird, so watch this space for more on Selston High School!