ISLE OF WIGHT STUDIO SCHOOL
THE Studio School, East Cowes, has been praised by industry leaders for its work to promote engineering at the school.
Martyn Hales, chairman of HME Technology; John Brennan, a designer and developer of hi-tech engineering equipment, and Andrew Barker, a senior executive for the Dyson Foundation Trust, visited the school to see how it was working to create the engineers of the future.
Mr Hales s
Published: 06 November 2015 at 10:11:43
IOW Studio School have now achieved the Bronze Award, putting our school on the Eco-School map for the nation.
We have been working towards it for a total of approximately 50 hours, every Friday afternoon since the 11th September, researching and building up knowledge as to how we can create more of an eco-friendly school. Putting together an action plan to take the school further.
To achieve t
Published: 27 October 2015 at 16:11:26
The Isle of Wight Studio School hosted a number of high-profile leaders and developers of engineering in secondary schools. Martyn Hales, chairman of HME Technology who provides engineering equipment and training for education around the world; John Brennan a world known and respected designer and developer of high tech engineering equipment; and Andrew Barker, a senior executive for the Dyson Fou
Published: 01 October 2015 at 14:26:35
On Thursday 10th September, the IOW Studio School visited Southampton Boatshow to explore the variety of business and trade opportunities connected with the marine industry.
Students were given tasks to complete, which included investigating the industries and businesses exhibiting, whilst at the same time practicing introducing themselves formally with a firm handshake and talking confidently in
Published: 01 October 2015 at 16:46:45
IOW STUDIO School pupils have been among the first to go behind the scenes where Red Jet 6 is under construction.
More than 100 students from the East Cowes school heard from naval architect Guy Canovan and toured the Venture Quays workshop where the new £6 million ferry will take shape.
Headteacher Richard White said: "We want to expose them to what's out there and help to guide them in t
Published: 01 October 2015 at 16:55:47
Following the rich and colourful Induction Week, Week 2 has been very much about 'getting down to busi-ness '. Year 10s have taken part in baseline testing, completing examination papers to help us , and them, to identify areas of strength and gaps in their knowledge. Until we have completed our assessments, stu-dents are currently placed in 3 mixed ability sets and have followed a curriculum whic
Published: 15 September 2015 at 14:03:11