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Design services

If you want to create online educational resources that get people thinking, talking and sharing, we’d love to help. Whether it’s the concept and cover, design suggestions or an end-to-end project, get in touch and let us know what you need.

We create online educational resources that inspire action. Whether it’s the concept and cover, design suggestions or an end-to-end project, get in touch and let us know what you need.

 

We specialise in:

  • Guides

  • Brochures

  • Educational resources

  • Magazines

  • Information packs 

  • Posters

For schools who want bespoke copies of our guides to share freely with their parents, let us know which guides you’d like to personalise. We can change the cover page, welcome message and include your logo throughout the guide. Our bespoke guides can be directly uploaded onto your school or college website. 

Either fill in the contact box below or send us an email info@theparentsguideto.co.uk and we’ll arrange a call to discuss your needs.
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"The team did an outstanding job designing the resources we commissioned. They went above and beyond to ensure we were happy. Throughout the process they were always available to consult with us and provide recommendations. Their professionalism and design expertise has resulted in a very high-quality product that was on-brand and reflected the ambitions of what we were trying to achieve. We would not hesitate to use them again or recommend them to others."

 

Philip Peck, Associate Director, Sans Frontières Associates

See some of our work:

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Educational resource: Using art to express emotions and support a cause 

Educational resource: What is sexual violence in conflict and how can we end it?

Information pack: Coping with school closures

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Wherever we refer to ‘parents’ we mean ‘parents and carers.’ This includes grandparents, older siblings or any other  person with significant caring responsibilities for children.