The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

 

The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

 

The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

Find out more about:

Why schools should teach the SEEN curriculum

The data we would like to collect from schools

The SEEN curriculum content

SEEN lesson resources

Staff training

Tailoring the SEEN curriculum to your context

Research in this area

The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

Find out more about:

Why schools should teach the SEEN curriculum

The data we would like to collect from schools

The SEEN curriculum content

SEEN lesson resources

Staff training

Tailoring the SEEN curriculum to your context

Research in this area

The next phase of the SEEN programme has just begun and we hope that this community space will evolve with the programme.

The aims of the programme are:

  • To educate the next generation about brain development in the first years of life and the importance of caregiver-infant interactions.

  • To gather the evidence to support the inclusion of early brain development in the national curriculum. 

Find out more about:

Why schools should teach the SEEN curriculum

The data we would like to collect from schools

The SEEN curriculum content

SEEN lesson resources

Staff training

Tailoring the SEEN curriculum to your context

Research in this area