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Our venues offer a wide range of compelling subject matter for English comprehension, writing and reading tasks. From steam trains to dinosaurs, tigers to space rockets, The Island Classroom has it all. A range of on-site activities complimented by post-visit planned lessons to compound learning.Details
Science and engineering are strongly embedded in many Isle of Wight based world-famous organisations. It's no surprise therefore that we offer a wide range of visits and tours with a scientific element, from basic material properties through to cutting edge technical design and development.Details
Supporting Art & Design students through inspirational and practical (applied) examples of the subject via a range of quality venues and local businesses. The Isle of Wight offers a broad range of options for studying and practising applied art and design, fine art, graphic communications, use of textiles and photography.Details
The Isle of Wight is host to many fascinating and innovative companies who can impart real-life practical examples of the use of design and technology on visiting groups. From electronic products design and manufacture, through the use of resistant materials, to systems and control technologies.Details
Often referred to as Britain in Miniature, the Isle of Wight offers an extremely diverse study ground for Geography students. Areas of the Island have their own micro-climate, favoured by Victorian trippers, and soft clay & chalk areas suffer badly from erosion. Accessible cliffs and beaches offer perfect hands-on close-up study opportunities.Details
The Isle of Wight is one of the world's most highly regarded fossil and dinosaur locations with internationally important Cretaceous deposits and rare fossil finds. It is also notably rich in archaeology presenting a wealth of opportunities to discover evidence for Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, Medieval and Victorian life through an array of historic landscapes, preserved buildings and interactive museums. The Island's unique position off the south coast of England has given it a focus for invasion and defence throughout the ages and you can enjoy a rich legacy of maritime heritage, especially shipwrecks and fortifications.Details
With one of the most diverse ranges of outdoor physical, social and team building activities on offer in the UK, the Isle of Wight can help develop positive relationships amongst peer groups and support youngsters in making their own choices.Details
Home to a plethora of businesses, large and small, servicing the Island's tourism economy as well as international aerospace, technology and manufacturing organisations. Education Destination can offer unique connections with businesses willing to host students wishing to study any aspect of running their operations, from finance to IT, marketing to business development and much more.Details
Home to some of the UK's leading innovators, The Isle of Wight offers a broad range of learning opportunities for engineering students. Get up close with steam engines and wind turbines, hovercraft and radar systems, boatbuilders and aircraft parts manufacturers to name just a few.
A popular tourist destination since Victorian times, the Isle of Wight's economy is still heavily dependant upon travellers from across the UK and the world. Many hundreds of businesses exist to serve this market at all budget levels, and we therefore offer the ideal study package.
Mixed Ability resources are suitable for all ability levels within the specified Key Stage.
You will notice that either ALL aspects of the resource are suitable for all abilities, or that the activities are grouped into sections so that you can direct students accordingly - these resources typically progress in difficulty or offer enrichment tasks for higher ability students.
Lower Ability resources are differentiated especially to appeal to less capable students in the selected Key Stage.
These activities are introduced using less challenging language and feature prompts which are not present in other versions of the resource. For example, in word-finding activities the lower ability version might include letter counts or other clues.
Where differentiated resources are provided, these are generally produced in two or three variants to cope with the range of abilities in a mixed year group, and are carefully designed such that they all take around the same amount of time to complete.
Mid Ability resources are differentiated to appeal to average students in the selected Key Stage.
These activities use carefully considered language and will often be simplified compared to high ability versions of the resource. For example, in mathematics activities numbers might be deliberately rounded to make calculations more straightforward or avoid fractions.
Where differentiated resources are provided, these are generally produced in two or three variants to cope with the range of abilities in a mixed year group, and are designed such that they all take around the same amount of time to complete.
High Ability resources are differentiated especially to appeal to the most capable students in the selected Key Stage.
These activities generally offer more challenging questions, or additional tasks to enrich the overall experience and learning available.
Where differentiated resources are provided, these are generally produced in two or three variants to cope with the range of abilities in a mixed year group, and are carefully designed such that they all take around the same amount of time to complete..