Rozelle Public School (RPS) is a local primary school in Sydney's Inner West focusing on quality teaching. It is a well respected school which in particular is recognised for its exceptional school community.
RPS wanted to understand the needs of its school community broadly as well as get important input into its upcoming three year Strategic School Plan. The school also wanted to explore reactions to the recently adopted flexible learning space and within this framework, the pedagogical learning approach currently being trialled in year 4.
Leapfrog Research undertook a broad consultation with RPS parents (6 focus groups), students (4 focus groups) and staff (11 phone interviews). This provided an opportunity for a good cross section of the school community to voice their opinions and participate in the school's development.
Based on our market research, RPS was able to better understand the needs of parents, staff and students, and RPS' performance to date in terms of meeting these needs.
Most importantly, the findings allowed Rozelle Public School to identify that they were largely on track in terms of their direction for the upcoming three year strategic plan. Leapfrog Research was able to recommend how they should refine and prioritise the key priorities..
The research provided important insights about the pedagogical learning approach currently being trialled. Leapfrog provided recommendations for how to better communicate with parents and manage parent expectations about the experience, to reduce concerns overall.
There was real value in the process itself. Parents, staff and students were very pleased to have the opportunity to participate and have their voices heard.
I have engaged Juntos Marketing and Leapfrog Research to conduct several projects for Rozelle Public School. I have been delighted with their work and the strategic research recommendations they have provided, as well as the creative infographics they developed to communicate results in an effective and user friendly way.
They are great to work with and we now have an ongoing relationship, to build on our previous learnings as well as explore other aspects of our school's journey.
Moir Group is a recruitment firm specialising in accounting and financial recruitment. They take pride in putting care for candidates at the centre of all they do. Leapfrog Research and Juntos Marketing have an ongoing relationship with Moir Group for research, marketing strategy and marketing implementation.
Moir Group engaged Leapfrog Research to help them better understand their candidate segments. They wanted to validate their current segmentation approach and understand the behaviours, wants and needs of each segment in detail, in order to best engage with them. We conducted 30 in-depth phone interviews across Moir Group's key candidate segments.
Based on the strategic insights and recommendations from our research, Moir Group has a much better understanding of its key segments. The research confirmed some existing corporate knowledge, but also revealed many new insights. It also helped identify some subtle, but important, differences between segments. As a result, Moir Group has been able to fine tune its approach, as well as introduce new segment specific initiatives that will add significant business value.
I was very happy with the work that Leapfrog Research did to help us better understand our candidate segments. Their strategic research insights and recommendations exceeded my expectations. Leapfrog provided excellent strategic direction and have allowed us to move forward with actionable, meaningful initiatives for our key segments.
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