More House School

With a history spanning almost 100 years, More House School supports boys with learning disabilities in achieving academic success, offering an education much broader than the typical exam syllabus expectation. They believe that the key to their students’ accomplishments is thanks to their ability to identify strengths and weaknesses, allowing them to turn their difficulties into a marketable form.

The Brief

We work with More House School to provide a content calendar of video marketing solutions, everything from school promotional films and independent schools show films, to educational and informational video products.

The Solution

To convey the desired message we blend the success stories of students with staff interviews. Combining interview audio with action shots from classes and other activities this gives a multi-layered impression of the school’s atmosphere. In addition to this we use aerial filming to capture some great footage of the breath-taking grounds in which the school is located. The upbeat and inspiring films give a distinctive taste of the high quality education that the school offers.

The Feedback

“The team at RMP are highly talented. They take their work very seriously and each time More House School uses them, there is an improvement on the quality of the end product. They are creative with the brief given to them and employ experience and skills at every opportunity to inform the final product. They are ever evolving and investing in new technology to ensure they are able to stand tall and stand out from the competition.” 

Sarah S-Barker – Marketing director



“We have had amazing feedback from boys and parents and it has instilled a real whole school pride seeing More House captured in such a way. In short, I would not hesitate in recommending RMP Filmmakers and the outstanding service they provide.” –


Barry Huggett OBE, Headmaster

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