What we do

With over 20 years of experience in primary science education the Hub can offer schools opportunities to receive advice, support and training. We also work with organisations to develop curriculum resources that can help them share their messages with a school based audience, or to assist with school improvement activities, such as Science Subject Leader termly courses. 

Areas of interest include:

  • Science teaching, learning and assessment
  • Working Scientifically
  • Primary Science Subject Leadership
  • Thinking skills and Personal Capability development
  • Early Years Science
  • Science and the Outdoors
  • Innovations in primary science
  • Teacher Action Research
  • Computer Science
  • Engaging with real scientists and engineers
  • Science clubs, etc. 

We have experience and developed expertise working with a wide range of organisations.

‌‌‌‌‌There have been many memorable events and occassions that are worthy of remembering. Here are just a few!

Developing Scientific Literacy using ‘I Can Explain’ and Dramatic Science

Ali Eley & Clarysly Deller were inspirational in their passion and commitment to developing children's talk skills and for the use of drama as a creative teaching approach for primary science. To find out more about either of these projects visit:

 

I Can Explain

Dramatic Science

 

Wonder-full Science Teachmeet at Great Moor Infant School

This was a great event with teachers from across Stockport Local Authority and the City. Contibutors such as Millgate House, Twinkl, the Royal Meteriological Society, Open University and Professor Phil Manning made this a real success.  SEERIH hosts a Primary Science Teachmeet each year. In 2016 this was undertaken in collaboration with Manchester Communication Academy and Manchester Science & Industry Museum, where over 250 teachers took part.

Bradshaw Primary School’s 2015 Science Competition Winners

Dr Lynne Bianchi commended the work lead by Jacqui Sullivan, Science Subject Leader, saying, “It was thoroughly invigorating to see the high quality science investigations the children had come up with – all credit to a school who has really put science at the heart of their whole school innovations!”.

 

 

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