We are thrilled to unveil the fantastic video our team has produced for Abbot’s Lea School in Woolton, Liverpool.
Abbot’s Lea School is an outstanding school that provides the highest quality of specialist education for students aged 3-19 living with autism and a range of associated communication, interaction, social imagination, sensory and learning differences.
Its vision is to create an International Centre of Excellence in Autism Education, Research and Development – and it was vital that we portrayed this on screen.
We worked closely with the senior leadership team to ensure the video captures the spirit of Abbot’s Lea as well as informing audiences about what it has to offer students who require extra support.
Our team managed every element of the video, from drafting a detailed storyboard to carefully directing each scene. Over two days, our director and cameramen visited the school and filmed a variety of learning environments which showcases the school’s versatile offering.
As the school provides supported internships for its older students, we also visited Amey – a facilities management organisation based in Speke – to see how students have flourished and adjusted to life in a working office.
Abbot’s Lea was also keen to increase its employer profile and include parental feedback. To achieve this we included interviews with a range of staff and parents. Having a personal feel to any video is important as it helps to connect with audiences on a deeper, human level.
The video will now sit on the school’s website and our creative team has edited four short clips for use on social media. These have been expertly designed for viewing on mobile devices and offers the school further content to share on its social platforms.
Here’s the finished video – enjoy!
If you’d like to find out more about our video services, please get in touch by calling 0151 709 1633 or contacting us here.