Triple Science Case Study: Collaborative Approaches

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From triple science support, this case study illustrates how triple science can raise attainment and become sustainable through strong collaboration from partner schools and engagement in relevant support programmes.

The case study provides some background information about Ormesby School (Middlesbrough); the barriers which prevented the school from introducing triple science and some practical guidance on how to overcome the problems are also provided as part of this case study.

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