SEERIH is a nationally recognised centre of science and engineering education. We aim to close the opportunity gap to raise attainment in primary science and engineering education in Greater Manchester by engaging teachers in an engaging, evidence-led professional development programme.
Continuous Professional Development
Primary science subject leader regional networks
These termly, half-day meetings provide high-quality professional development on key themes related to coordinating, implementing and assessing the National Curriculum for Science.
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Early career teacher mentoring programmes
Newly qualified and early career teachers are supported through this focussed, tailored programme to help them to gain improved knowledge and confidence to teach the content of the primary science National Curriculum in their year group, enable children to work scientifically and engage with the wider science community within and beyond Greater Manchester.
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These live webinars address key issues from the The 10 key issues with children's learning in primary science in England report (2021) and are free to SEERIH subscriber schools. Delivered by leading practitioners they support the CPD that SEERIH provides for teachers in GM and across the UK with topical inputs.
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Reviewing Primary Science – SEERIH ‘Deep Dives’
The one-day review process is designed to support senior leaders and science subject leaders to review the learning of Science from EYFS to Key Stage 2. SEERIH have conducted reviews across the North West for nearly 10 years, collaborating with teachers with key focus on improving pupils’ science attainment and achievement in English schools.
To enquire about a SEERIH ‘Deep Dive’ for your school email email@example.com