The isle of wight cluster
A PSTT Cluster Network in Lake, Isle of Wight
Proactivity and ongoing planning have enabled the formation of this new group. Drawing together nine schools from different parts of the Isle of Wight, the Programme will establish a Science Cluster whose central aims will be to raise the profile of science and develop science capital. Also, it aims to be inclusive and benefit as many other schools as possible.
The nine, current, participating schools are listed below. Please complete the Contact Us form if you wish to discuss any potential involvement with this Cluster.
Broadlea Primary School
Barton Primary School
Furrlongs, Newport PO30 2AX
Brading Church of England Controlled Primary School
West St, Brading, Sandown PO36 0DS
Gatten and Lake Primary School
78 Oaklyn Gardens, Shanklin PO37 7DD
Lanesend Primary School
Love Ln, Cowes PO31 7ES
Nine Acres Primary School
South View, Newport PO30 1QP
Summerfields Primary School
Atkinson Dr, Newport PO30 2LJ
Gurnard Primary School
Baring Rd, Cowes PO31 8DS
Ryde School with Upper Chine
7 Queen's Rd, Ryde PO33 3BE
The improvement of science teaching and learning on the Isle of Wight.
The development of science subject leaders.
Schools to work together to share good practice and knowledge.
Schools to buy and share resources/training.
Raising the profile of Science on the Isle of Wight.
Explore ways to share and disseminate beyond the cluster.
To provide CDP around child led investigations and subject knowledge.
To work together on joint projects e.g. Chain reaction, science quizzes and STEM clubs.
To provide support to develop science leadership for those schools (and offer opportunities to join PSQM).
To improve the amount of STEM projects with companies and colleges.
To increase the Science Capital of our children
To enthuse and engage all genders.