Encouraging skill development

The Mulberry Bush Organisation

The client

The Mulberry Bush Organisation (MBO) is one of our oldest clients and we have been their brand guardians for many years, working closely with the team to deliver creative projects both big and small. The Mulberry Bush School, part of the MBO, receives children into its care who have been referred by local authorities because they have suffered some form of trauma.

The brief

The school asked us to create a set of task sheets for its You’ve Got Skills awards initiative, designed to recognize and celebrate the achievements of the children within its care. In doing so, it helps the children to develop their hearts, heads and hands, through practical and creative skills.

What we delivered

We designed a series of task sheets that covered areas such as nature, ‘myself’, sports, community etc. The task sheets formed part of a set of materials that children could collect and which also included badges to proudly wear upon completion, and certificates for their bedroom walls.

Simplicity was the key here as these files had to go back to the client to administer themselves, so simple icons and type with minimal fuss was the right solution.

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