The Cluster Programme
Supporting schools to create sustainable primary science cluster networks
The ultimate aim of the Primary Science Teaching Trust is to see excellent teaching of science in every classroom in every school at primary level.
In any school there may be changes to teaching staff on a range of timescales and the Trust recognises that some of these changes may mean that good teachers of science may leave. Therefore, the Trust encourages schools to join up into clusters so that they can support one another in their development of science teaching and have more resilience to change of circumstances in any one school.
We are currently supporting and providing funding to 9 PSTT Clusters. All of the PSTT Clusters are built around a PSTT College Fellow; the Cluster Programme is not open for applications from teachers other than College Fellows at this time. The PSTT can advise and provide non-financial support to those wishing to build their own Clusters, please contact the Cluster Director, Sophie Franklin to find out more.
Please use the interactive map below to locate/contact one of our PSTT Primary Science Clusters. More information on the projects and activities of these clusters will be available soon.
Contact our Cluster Director for advice or support on setting up your own primary science cluster network.
LOCATE A CLUSTER
Locate a primary science cluster and find out how our projects are improving primary science for the better.
The Ballyclare Cluster
Fairview Primary School
The Barking Cluster
Northbury Primary School
The Belfast Cluster
St Teresa's Primary School
The GLF Primary Science Cluster
Hillcroft Primary School
The Leicester Cluster
Sandfield Close Primary School
The Melksham Cluster
Shaw CE Primary School
The North London Cluster
Vittoria Primary School
The Sherborne Cluster
St Andrew's CEVC Primary School
The South Devon and Dorset Cluster
St Mary's Catholic Primary School