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The SEEN Programme includes curriculum materials around brain development and the role of caregivers in the first 5 years of life. There are 3 core science lessons:

Lesson 1 – describes the development of neural networks and the role of neuroplasticity (the influence of experiences on the structure of the brain).

Lesson 2 – explores the ‘caregiver’ and their role in providing experiences that promote healthy brain development.

Lesson 3 – looks at the evidence linking early experiences with long term health outcomes, and the importance of neuroplasticity throughout life, especially during adolescence.

If you would like to find out more about the lessons and how to introduce the curriculum in your school, then join the SEEN Community today! By joining the community it helps us to better support the schools involved in the programme and monitor interest in this important curriculum area.

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Outwood Grange Academies Trust (OGAT) was the first large Multi Academy Trust to introduce the SEEN programme universally. We spoke with Sir Martyn Oliver (Chief Executive) and Nim Sheriff (Director of Science) to understand how they implemented the lessons into their Year 9 Science curriulum.