PLMR provides a bespoke video production service for education providers and suppliers. Our video production process focuses on storytelling, focusing on the impact that your school or resource has on the students you cater to. With the support of our dedicated education consultants, our team of filmmakers can work with you to develop a video concept that encourages viewers to perform an action, such as parents and potential students applying for a place at your school, or teachers making a purchase of your products for their classroom.
Our filmmaking team will work with you to create the perfect video for your purposes:
- Experience of working with young people, encouraging students to put their best foot forward in an eloquent and natural way.
- Understanding the challenges of the school environment – ensuring that safeguarding and permissions are in place for the students involved, and that identities are sufficiently guarded.
- Small crew, big impact: Our team of filmmakers are all experienced directors and camera operators, meaning that most shoots only require one crew member, allowing for a more dynamic filming process.
- Your input at every stage: From initial concept, through script writing and editing, we regularly check in with you to ensure that we are promoting the right message for your organisation. This begins with a comprehensive initial call to discuss the purpose of the project, and ends with your provision of notes on edits through our online hosting platform.
- A library of professional music, meaning that we can select the right accompaniment, no matter what the subject matter.
- Animation and voiceover skills: For more involved projects that might require explanation, or topics that would simply benefit from illustration, our in-house team can provide professional voiceovers and motion graphics.
We’ve worked with some of the country’s biggest multi-academy trusts, including the Thinking Schools Academies Trust, and Ormiston Academies trust, as well as providing video support for other education suppliers and organisations, including Childnet International, South West Grid for Learning and The Royal Veterinary College.