Supporting the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex

We support the office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex (PFCC) by providing extra manpower.

Our journalists are called upon to support with various roles, including copywriting, journalism and proof-reading for the organisation.

Our press releases are used to populate the news pages of the PFCC website and social media, as well as sent out to various news outlets to earn publicity for our client.

The most recent articles, written by our journalist, can be read here..

PFCC – Stop Hate UK

PFCC – SOS Bus Basildon

Our articles are not only shared by the PFCC, but are earning our client positive publicity around the county…

PFCC – Victim Support

We are also called upon to offer proof-reading services to our client for reports, social media posts and press releases, including this important piece of work…

PFCC – proof-reading

If your team could benefit from the support of professional and experienced journalists for copywriting, journalism or proof-reading work, get in touch on words@kellylouiseclark.co.uk to discuss our flexible services.

 

Providing PR services to multi-academy trust

Each week, our journalist visits the schools which make up BMAT multi-academy trust to collect news articles to write and share with the media.

The aim of the positive publicity we achieve for our client is to ensure the schools – in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London – are at the forefront of prospective parents’ minds when they come to select schools for their children.

Take a look at just some of the publicity we secured for BMAT in January…

Little Parndon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy / Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – Harlow Star

Epping St John’s School – YourHarlow

BMAT – Harlow Star

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – Harlow Star

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – Harlow Star

Freshwaters Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Roydon Primary Academy / Little Parndon Primary Academy / Burnt Mill Academy / Epping St John’s School – Harlow Star

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – YourHarlow

BMAT – YourHarlow

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

We also produce a monthly publication to keep BMAT colleagues informed with news from around the organisation…

If you are keen to improve the publicity your school or multi-academy trust receives, get in touch on words@kellylouiseclark.co.uk to discuss our flexible PR services.

Glowing national publicity for school client

We work closely with editors of local, national and education publications and so when they are looking for schools to feature, it is KLC and our clients they turn to.

We recently welcomed the editor and photographer of national education magazine Teach Secondary to client school Nightingale Academy, in Edmonton, London.

As a result of the visit, organised by KLC, our client received a glowing three-page feature in the magazine which is delivered to every school in the country.

Have a look at the feature here…

Nightingale Academy – Teach Secondary

Nightingale Academy – Teach Secondary page 2

Nightingale Academy – Teach Secondary page 3

If you struggle to secure this kind of publicity for your school, get in touch on words@kellylouiseclark.co.uk to discuss our PR services.

Providing PR services to multi-academy trust

What a bumper month of publicity December was!

We provide PR services to multi-academy trust, BMAT, and its schools across Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London.

Our journalist visits the schools each week to gather positive news stories to write and share with the local, national and education media.

Here is just some of the publicity we secured for BMAT in December…

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – Harlow Star

Burnt Mill Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – Harlow Star

Freshwaters Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Epping St John’s School – Epping Forest Guardian

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Royal Docks Academy – Newham Recorder

Epping St John’s School / Burnt Mill Academy – Epping Forest Guardian

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

BMAT STEM Academy / Freshwaters Primary Academy / BMAT – Harlow Star

Freshwaters Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Little Parndon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

BMAT – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy / Epping St John’s School – Harlow Harrier

BMAT – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy / Epping St John’s School – YourHarlow

BMAT STEM Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – Harlow Harrier

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – YourHarlow

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Burnt Mill Academy – YourHarlow

Roydon Primary Academy – YourHarlow

Cooks Spinney Primary Academy – Harlow Harrier

Roydon Primary Academy – Harlow Harrier

We also produce a monthly digital publication to keep BMAT colleagues in touch with the latest news and developments within the organisation and its schools…

And every term, we produce a news magazine which is distributed to parents at each BMAT school…

If your school or multi-academy trust is looking to improve its positive publicity or communication with parents, get in touch on words@kellylouiseclark.co.uk to discuss our flexible services.

KLC news magazines keep parents in touch with client schools

Each term, we produce news magazines to keep parents up-to-date with what is happening in their child’s school. Individual schools and multi-academy trusts love being able to show their parents all of the wonderful things being achieved within their schools and by their pupils. Our magazines are a great way of doing that.

Our journalist, designer and printer work together to take the whole operation out of the hands of our clients, liaising at the beginning and at the end to ensure a smooth operation with appropriate, lively, positive content.

These are just some of the most recent news magazines we have produced, for Trinity Primary Academy, in Wood Green, London; The Sigma Trust, in north Essex; the BMAT multi-academy trust, in Essex and east London; and Nightingale Academy, in Edmonton, London.

If you are looking at new ways of communicating with your parents, get in touch on words@kellylouiseclark.co.uk to discuss our school news magazines.

KLC is ten! Celebrating a decade in business

Having received the bombshell news of impending redundancy in January 2009, journalist Kelly Clark vowed to take her extensive skills to the masses.

Determined this would not be the end of her story, the writer began drafting out a whole new chapter.

Kelly Louise Clark, the PR and writing machine, was born the very next month. Ten years on, the company director is thrilled her roles as daily and weekly newspaper reporter and editor and magazine writer gave her the foundation she needed to offer a wide range of services to her clients.

Today, she is thrilled to be working with many of those clients who came on board at the very beginning and proud to be celebrating ten years in business within her 23-year journalism career.

She said: “Ten years, wow!

“I wanted to take the opportunity to take stock of the last ten years and, most importantly, to thank those of you who have been a part of that story.

“So, thank you, thank you. For keeping a roof over my family’s head, for giving me such a richly varied working life and for putting your faith in me to do a good job for you. And thank you to those partners who I rely on to help me to serve my clients well and to offer a smooth and seamless service.

“Here’s to the next ten years together!” 

Kelly’s last full-time role was as deputy editor of five mid Essex weekly newspaper titles with Newsquest. Before that, she had been a reporter and news editor for large south Essex daily newspaper, the Echo, cutting her teeth as a 17-year-old trainee on the lively patch of Basildon. Other roles during her employed career included editor of the Met Police internal newspaper, The Job; news editor of the broadsheet weekly newspaper, the Surrey Mirror; and features writer for TVTimes magazine.