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SEERIH is a nationally recognised hub of science and engineering education specialists. We offer innovative continuous professional development programmes for teachers to ensure high-quality learning outcomes for young people.
Our core principles
We are relentless in our ambition to push the boundaries of primary science and engineering education. We collaborate with teachers in research and curriculum development.
We are driven by our desire to fascinate and inspire teachers and young people about science and engineering. We enhance school improvement by working in partnership with schools, educational bodies, researchers, scientists, engineers and creative professionals to make vivid the opportunities science plays in our world.
We are passionate about defining quality science teaching and learning. We listen and respond to teachers, advocating, challenging and influencing national policy for science and engineering education.
Professional learning and research
We offer a learning programme that gives teachers access to knowledge, skills and other like-minded professionals.
Our research is focused on professional development, student-led learning, and encouraging children to ask questions and explore science through Tinkering.
Great Science Share for Schools
Find out more about the Great Science Share for Schools.
Greater Manchester Engineering Challenge
See how you can get involved in next year's Greater Manchester Engineering Challenge.
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