SEERIH works with science educators across the sector. This includes in-service teachers, school leaders, academics, local authority partners and STEM organisations and industry.
A wide range of innovative work has led to publications to support STEM learning in classrooms. Browse the resources and be inspired.
Enquiring science 4 all
Explore the five science enquiry types and download classroom posters to support pupil understanding.
Science 4 families
Science 4 families offers primary teachers and families activity ideas for how to learn science together, in engaging, fun and inspirational way. This project was funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust, working in partnership with SEERIH.
Tiny Tinkering Tasks
These 12 Tiny Tinkering Tasks provide innovative and creative STEM lessons that embed the Engineering Habits of Mind and real-world engineering contexts. They are linked to the Tinkering for Learning research and development project run by SEERIH.
This pack is for teachers working with children of 9-11 years of age. It introduces ‘Smart Science’ – a way of developing children’s personal capabilities.
Use this comprehensive tool which give practical advice to help planning for an effective and impactful scientist or engineer visit to school.
A book by Dr Lynne Bianchi to engage young readers with the world of science, scientists and science investigations. It is designed to promote talk between children, their classmates, teachers, parents, siblings and friends.