Social Event & PR Exercise

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Hosting a novel social event for the whole school community is the number one reason schools decide to stage an exhibition. No matter what the occasion, new school or extension, Green flag, Christmas, graduation or simply a social evening for the whole school community, an Images exhibition adds colour and sparkle to proceedings. Many schools have told us that the exhibition was the most successful social event they ever held. With suitable background music (provided by us) and a cup of tea (provided by you) the colourful pictures, beautifully framed and displayed, provide a lovely backdrop for the whole school community to socialise.

Boosting the School’s Profile

The exhibition is also a great opportunity to publicise the school at its artistic best. Local newspapers and radio stations will happily provide great coverage of the exhibition before and after the event. The combination of children and a novel event in a local school is very newsworthy. Articles in local papers full of pictures from your exhibition can only help your school’s profile and we have a ready made P.R. package to make life easy.

What Teachers Say About The Exhibition As A Social Event.

“Nothing but positive comments. The pride & joy the parents felt was overwhelming at times. Thanks so much for this experience.                    
Our Lady of Mercy P.S. Sligo.

“Parents were thrilled with the evening exhibition & many called later to say thanks”  
Newmarket-on-Fergus N.S. Co Clare.

“It was a wonderful experience for the whole school community”.  Scoil Mhuire Fatima, Cork.

“The exhibition helped make our official opening a colourful, interesting and stimulating experience for children, parents, teachers and visitors. Thank you. 
Scoil Bhride, Clonaslee, Co Laois.

“An excellent way of including parents in school life. A fantastic day for all concerned”.  
Arranmore 1 N.S. Co. Donegal.

“It was a super evening. All the reaction from parents and children was extremely positive”.
 Scoil Eoghan Ui Thuaraisc, Carlow.