The See Science Team
The See Science directors are Cerian Angharad and Liz Terry. They are both experienced, qualified science teachers and have many years of professional experience in formal and informal science education. Profiles of all other consultants working with See-Science are available.
The strength of See Science lies in the company staff and consultants, who have many years experience of working in the field of education and delivery of enrichment activities. In addition, the wider education network in Wales already knows the company’s products and services.
The Management Team
Cerian Angharad BSc CSciTeach
Cerian Angharad firstname.lastname@example.org has been a science teacher since 1993. Her experience includes 12 years as Head of Physics in a Welsh medium comprehensive in South Wales.
Cerian's first degree is in Physics from Cardiff University and she completed a CPE course in Law at the University of Glamorgan before embarking on a PGCE course at Aberystwyth University. She has been a keen supporter of the Institute of Physics throughout her career and has been a Teacher Network Coordinator for the Institute of Physics since 2004.
She has experience of organising successful teacher conferences on behalf of the Institute of Physics in Wales as well as practical workshops and events for schools across the Region. She has been involved with the Association for Science Education for many years and has represented Wales as a Field Officer since 2004 organising a wide range of events for science teachers in Wales.
Cerian also has experience of writing educational material and is currently a teacher expert for the Science Museum in London as well as Regional Consultant for STEMNET.
She has worked extensively with PGCE institutions across Wales and beyond providing practical workshops and support for the students.
Elizabeth Terry MEd
Liz Terry email@example.com has been working professionally in formal and informal science education since 1977. Her experience includes sixteen years working in secondary schools, FE Colleges and HE Institutions, and fourteen years working in science communication and public engagement as a Schools Education Manager and the Audience Services Director at a leading science centre.
Liz's first degree is in Biological Sciences from Aberystwyth University and she has completed an MEd from Cardiff University. Her experience includes writing and presenting science shows for schools audiences in Wales and internationally, organising numerous science events for schools and the public audiences and managing the delivery of education and partnership projects.
Liz has worked with organisations such as the Nuffield Foundation, the British Science Association, STEMNET, Careers Wales, the Wellcome Trust, the National Science Learning Centre and the Royal Society of Chemistry on a wide range of projects.
She has experience of training science presenters and was a tutor on the Science Communication MSc that was run jointly by Cardiff University and Techniquest. In addition, with the CEO from a leading science centre, she co-organised and co-ran a conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Managing Science Centres.
In addition to the management team we have a team of consultants and experienced part-time teachers across Wales who have an in-depth knowledge of their local area and are able to provide the support that is required at local and regional level.
- Rhiannon Bill firstname.lastname@example.org. Originally from Cardiff, Rhiannon Bill graduated in Mathematics from Merton College, Oxford University. She has fifteen years’ experience as a Head of Mathematics, in both the Welsh and English sectors. She is a keen musician, holding performance diplomas on oboe and piano as well as a Master’s degree in Music Theory and Analysis. Beyond the classroom, Rhiannon has delivered CPD and worked as an advisory teacher in the Cardiff area, as well as examining GCSE Mathematics for the WJEC.
- Doug Corp email@example.com worked for British Telecom for 34 years before taking early retirement in 1996. During that time he worked in various departments, including engineering, training, business consultancy and finally ending as a senior manager in Human Resources. After leaving British Telecom, Doug spent two years as the Human Resources Manager at a Country House Hotel in South Wales before joining Careers Wales as an Education Business Adviser, working with local schools and business across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. During his time with Careers Wales, Doug was responsible for organising enterprise events, mock interview programmes, GCSE revision programmes and mentoring programmes. He has wide experience of developing and delivering a range of training, from team building in primary schools through to management development programmes.
- Elaine Evans firstname.lastname@example.org has 30 years’ experience of teaching science in secondary schools and was head of Science at a Welsh Medium comprehensive school in the Vale of Glamorgan before joining See Science as a STEM Supporter, providing support and advice to schools. She has valuable experience of running STEM Clubs and providing enrichment and enhancement activities.
- Heather Hall email@example.com gained
a degree in Human Biology and began her scientific career in the early 1980s
as a cytogeneticist at St James Hospital in Leeds. Following a stint as a
school laboratory technician, and then a PGCE course, she started teaching
science in a 2,000+ pupil school in West Cumbria.
Later, seconded to the Lake District National Park to co-ordinate their GCSE Environmental Resources Project, Heather spent the next two years researching and writing resource guides for teachers based on opportunities available in the National Park.
On the introduction of the National Curriculum she worked as the Field Officer for Science at the newly formed Curriculum Council for Wales, co-ordinating groups of primary and secondary teachers across Wales producing new resources for the science curriculum.
In 1992 Heather returned to the classroom, working for the next 18 years in secondary schools in Gwynedd. During this time she actively sought out grant funding to enhance pupils’ experiences in science, particularly in relation to fieldwork. These included a Royal Society Partnership Grant to enable pupils to work alongside a Marine Biologist on biological and physical factors in the Afon Dyfi, and later an ESDGC grant to investigate possible sustainable futures for the area around the estuary.
Outside the classroom, Heather is an active member of the ASE, having been a member of the ASE Cymru Regional Committee since its inception in 2001.
- Helen Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org is a media
and communications trainer and consultant. She recently worked as a marketing
and public relations manager at a leading science education charity, and
has written widely about science engagement.
Helen worked as a journalist, programme maker, and manager at the BBC for more than twenty years, in news, education and other departments. She has organised conferences for teachers and others involved in education strategy, and has led pioneering work giving communities an opportunity to create their own radio and television programmes.
- Keith Jones email@example.com has been teaching since 1979 and has just taken early retirement after spending more than 30 years in the classroom at Rhyl High School and Ysgol Dinas Brân, Llangollen. During this time he has been Head of Physics, Head of Science, Head of Sixth Form and acting Deputy Headteacher.
His first degree is in Physics from the University of Birmingham, and he completed his PGCE course at Madeley College of Education.
Keith has examined both GCSE and A level Physics with the WJEC for many years and has been a Team Leader on the WJEC GCSE Science Coursework Moderation Team. He has recently worked with both PGCE students and Primary School teachers and has delivered CPD for the WJEC.
An active member of both ASE and IoP, in his free time Keith still plays rugby, albeit slowly, as well as being a keen outdoor activities participant.
- Rachel Mason firstname.lastname@example.org is
an experienced manager of projects for STEM engagement practitioners. A combined
sciences graduate with a Master's degree in communicating science, she has
worked in the STEM engagement industry for 17 years on a wide range of projects
involving schools, colleges and universities, private clients, NGOs and the
general public. Her experience includes exhibition production, activity development/delivery
and all aspects of science centre management. Her expertise lies in management
of partnership projects and those supported by government/public bodies.
Rachel’s role as Centre Manager of Techniquest Glyndŵr required her to develop a good knowledge of the schools’ climate in North and Mid Wales, extending to North West England. Her position as Honorary Treasurer of the British Interactive Group (BIG) helps her maintain productive relationships with STEM Enrichment and Enhancement providers throughout the UK and abroad.
- Dai Morris email@example.com was Head of Design & Technology at Llanidloes High School, Powys for over 30 years and guided the school successfully through the development of the subject from the traditional crafts to today’s technology curriculum. He worked closely with outside agencies such as ELWA, EBLs and Young Enterprise and organised educational business linked visits for pupils all over country. After taking early retirement from teaching he joined Careers Wales Powys for 9 years as an Education Support Consultant with the responsibility of Curriculum Development for both Primary and Secondary schools in Powys, organising Science Fairs, Projects and ambassadors visits to Schools. He has worked with colleagues throughout Wales organising various challenges such as the All Wales K’nex challenge and as a member of the North and Mid Wales Engineering Centre developed the annual Year 12, 13 Engineering Challenge. He has also for many years been a moderator for the WJEC Product Design A level course.