Students finally managed to visit Fishbourne Palace in Chichester, after postponement due to Covid.
At Fishbourne, students had the opportunity to view the original Roman mosaics and a variety of other artefacts that had been discovered at the site.
They attended a 'Roman Lifestyles' workshop where they had the opportunity to handle artefacts thousands of years old, learn about how the Romans lived, what they ate, how they dressed and take part in a number of interactive activities.
The Fishbourne Palace trip was in support of the History, Art and Topic curriculum and implementation. Adults were very proud of how well the students engaged with the activities and the site. Everyone agreed that the long trip was well worth it!
May 20 2022
"Relation-shops" workshops at ISP School
Ran by a former Police Officer, these workshops give young students the chance to discuss community safety issues that can make an impact early in the development of young people.
May 20 2022
Exploring art at Pashley Manor Gardens
Students visited Pashley Manor Gardens, drawing a number of sketches and taking photographs as research for their art projects.
January 12 2022
MP Visits ISP Battle
As part of building their Media, English and Speaking & Listening skills, children recently invited Conservative MP, Huw Merriman to one of their Community Meetings.
November 24 2021
A group of children from the school enjoyed the therapeutic benefit of spending time at the stables with the horses (and the stable cat!).