Educational writing and design services for high-impact print and PDFs

Pictures speak a thousand words: what do your documents say to your audiences?

Improve engagement and retention of information through good design

We’re best known for our high-impact and affordable video production services. However, we also believe in the power of print. We have experience writing and designing publications for a range of educational audiences, from pupils to senior leaders and parents. We can work with you to produce excellent copy and source appropriate illustrations. Then, our attractive and easy-to-read graphic design will have a massive impact on how many people engage with your message, and how many of them remember it!

If you’d like to talk with us about our educational publishing services, do get in touch with us at


We’ve created a suite of publications for the PiXL Club and Noisy Classroom’s Up for Debate programme for KS3 pupils in state schools across England. These print resources tied in closely with the several hours of video which we also created for the programme.

Curriculum for excellence: streamlined

A great example of the power of good graphic design is our project redesigning the layout of Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence. By a series of small adjustments (a slight reduction in font size, optimisation of margin widths, de-duplication of repeated content), the 313-page ‘Experiences & Outcomes’ (Es & Os) document is distilled to just 112 pages. The Benchmarks are reduced to just over 200 pages.

Both publications will be available to buy on this website, and on Amazon, from June 2019.

The original content of Curriculum for Excellence is © Crown copyright, 2009. It is reproduced under the terms of the Open Government Licence. To view this licence, visit The original content is available for free on the Education Scotland website at


Director, SeeHearTeach

Harold has over 15 years’ experience working with schools.
He ran the English Speaking Union’s London Debate Challenge from 2004-2007, establishing a culture of debate at Key Stage 3 in over a hundred schools across London. He then moved to the National Theatre, where he built up an in-house documentary filmmaking team as part of the theatre’s Education Department; he and his team were nominated for a BAFTA for TV Craft and their ‘Interactive Creative Contribution’ to the industry in 2009.
He founded SeeHearTeach in 2014 to provide affordable top-quality video and resources to the education sector.

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