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Born Communication have extensive experience of creating, managing and delivering a diverse range of creative projects within schools, community groups and arts/educational organisations.

Working in a variety of learning environments with people of all ages we have developed a unique understanding of the educational sector, helping us to work effectively with children, young people, teachers and senior management.
From creative consultations to professional student led results Born Communication specialise in using creativity to focus students potential and ideas. By establishing creative collaborations with other arts organisations with educational experience we can deliver a impressive range of creative services.

Our list of existing project partners or sponsors include individual schools, Arts Council England, Creative Partnerships, Local Authorities, Pablo Productions, West Midlands Fire Service, Aliss and The University of Wolverhampton.

All creative practitioners working with Born Communication have a current enhanced CRB check available on request.

Case Study - S.C.A.R
Serious Criminal Arson Reduction

Born Communication are currently working with Staffordshire Youth Service, Cannock Community & Learning Partnerships and South Staffordshire Fire Service to assist a group of young people who have branded themselves S.C.A.R.

The group have been working with Born Communication to develop a range of marketing material aimed at reducing local arson attacks. The group identified two target audiences: primary school children (as a preventative measure) and teenagers, especially males,
who they identified as the core group involved in local arson attacks.

Through creative workshops the young people have been developing child friendly characters for the younger target audience and a campaign using evocative impactful images for the teenage audience.

The professional material produced as a result
of this project are currently receiving national interest from the Fire Service and talks are developing to allow the group to continue as an advisory group who can assist the Fire Service in producing a national marketing campaign aimed at reducing arson attacks.