The SEEN Programme features in the TES
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 Squared, Louise Aukland the SEEN Programme Lead and Ryan Badham, Head of Science at The Holmesdale School, to find out about the SEEN Programme.
The SEEN Programme was developed at the University of Oxford and consists of three science lessons about brain development and the role of the caregiver. The free and fully resourced lessons are aimed at Years 7-9 and can be downloaded by registering for the SEEN Community.
The article explores why the SEEN Programme is so important and how teachers have found its implementation. Click here to read the article.