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‘We got to know people from other schools and had to work well as a team.’
Student commenting on how an ISSP collaborative activity benefitted her.
'It gives us many more opportunities to take up than we could organise for ourselves. And students benefit from the quality of contacts the partnership can offer them.'
Senior Leader talking about how North Somerset ISSP activities impact her school.
'Very good visit - very well organised and ideal for our students. Thanks!'
Teacher feeding back his thoughts on an ISSP activity.
What is the
The North Somerset Independent State School Partnership, or ISSP for short, gave students and teachers from different schools and backgrounds the opportunity to work collaboratively on novel educational experiences. The focus of the project was science, technology, engineering and maths, but projects regularly impacted on a range of other curriculum areas.
The project began September 2008 and ran until August 2011. A total of fourteen schools took part in ISSP activities and feedback from students and teachers was always positive.
This website contains reports on all of the projects that took place over the three years.