JazzyMedia is the UK’s leading in-school communications specialist. Clients include government agencies (e.g. Department of Health), charities (National Trust, NSPCC), brands and corporates (BBC, Penguin Random House, LEGO, Warner Brothers, Unilever).
Our national network comprises over 4,000 participating schools, colleges and nurseries with a combined audience of 1.6 million young people aged 2-19 years, plus their parents and teachers.
Our media includes over 7,000 poster displays, handouts, class activities and samples plus an educational website. We provide consultancy, research and creative services.
JazzyMedia was founded in 1997 and is based in London’s West End.
[LEGO CITY connects with children looking to build and role-play scenes based on every-day, recognisable sights and people. The fire safety activity sheets for schools have been developed in order to reach young children in a responsible and innovative fashion.
Thank you for the wonderful [Change4Life] fun wheels that our class have very much enjoyed playing with this morning at school. The children are all keen to take theirs home and some on holiday to ensure that they keep fit and healthy over the summer.
We’re always looking for innovative ways to reach young children and help spread the message of fire safety. This partnership is a fantastic example of that.
Clear, good message from the government. Students are likely to ask questions regarding the [HPV] poster – ‘what is it all about?’ No one likes injections so this is a good poster to take away their fears.
It was a great idea and my son really enjoyed drawing his fire safety poster. I liked the educational stance to the activity and will look out for future competitions through my son’s school.
We are more than pleased with the Learn Direct bookmarks and we are keen to inform our pupils with all the options available in career planning.
Students are interested in applying to Birmingham University – particularly as the poster mentions graduate level employment.
What a great idea to keep the children active this summer and give parents ideas.
The poster has sparked conversations about Birmingham University and Laura Mvula. The campaign has prompted students to research the university.