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News & Views

The SEEN Blog #1 | 5 reasons why EVERY school should teach the SEEN Lessons

September 7, 2022

I may be biased, but bear with me.   When I left the science classroom almost 5 years ago I had 2 things I wanted to do. Find a way to teach teenagers about their brains (why don’t we teach much…

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The SEEN Programme features in the TES

June 17, 2022

In June, the Times Education Supplement published an article about SEEN Programme, exploring the importance of universal education for teenager about brain development in babies and young children.   Christina Quaine from the TES met with Felicity Gillespie, Director of Kindred…

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Student Raising Hand To Ask Question In Classroom

Multi Academy Trusts sign-up to teach the SEEN Programme

March 8, 2022

Star Academies, Outwood Grange Academies Trust (OGAT), David Ross Education Trust (DRET), Cabot Learning Federation (CLF) and The Kemnal Academies Trust (TKAT) are the first trusts to sign up all of their schools for the Secondary Education around Early Neurodevelopment…

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Duchess of Cambridge visits North London school to find out about SEEN programme

November 24, 2021

On Wednesday 24th November, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge visited Nower Hill High School in Harrow where she joined a science lesson studying neuroscience and the importance of early childhood development.   The visit comes after Her Royal Highness…

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