I’ve worked with Greyhounds in Need CIO (GIN) for many years on their education programme in Spain, delivered via their dedicated education website. Well this past year, I branched out a bit and took over the redevelopment of their main charity website http://www.greyhoundsinneed.co.uk Working with Gain Momentum Marketing for design, and Mark Hanchard-Goodwin for theContinue reading “We gave greyhounds a makeover”
Are you looking for learning activities you can use with your kids at home?
The Dogs Trust Education team get inundated with information requests about all aspects of the charity’s work. Requesting information on how to work for Dogs Trust is a common enquiry and whilst the UK’s careers information service is currently lacking, any kind of careers support for young people is a welcome resource.
This month, in partnership with my fabulous film crew, we have been shooting school workshops for a charity client. The footage will be used to create an inspiring showcase to promote the workshops to teachers and schools across the UK. Watch this space to see the final film!
We recently completed work on the Dogs Trust Enterprise Project Guide, developed in response to student requests for information and statistics. Rather than just handing them the information on a plate we wanted to help them be more proactive in their research.
I am currently in the post-production phase of an exciting film project for an education client. Watch this space as I will show you as soon as it is launched. I have worked with the film crew and production team selected for this project for many years on a variety of client projects. They are talented bunch, thatContinue reading “Lights…camera..action!”
Dogs Trust launched their ‘Managing Fear of Dogs’ campaign today! Really great to be part of the team beavering away in the background on the supporting literature and information for parents. Head over to the Learn with Dogs Trust website to find out about their FREE workshops for families run by their team of Education & CommunityContinue reading “Managing a Fear of Dogs”