The South East Education Group - bringing the natural world outside in to your classroom
Experts in the field of webcam technology, the South East Education Group (SEEG) Team are committed to providing schools with live video images of wildlife in their school grounds and other natural habitats, and high quality Teaching & Learning resources to support active learning in and outside the classroom.
Meet the Team
Prior to co-founding the South East Education Group, Phil worked for six years as an ICT Consultant for Kent County Council and was a NAACE ICT Mark Assessor. Before that he was a teacher and worked for fifteen years in Hampshire schools.
A passionate believer in using technology to enhance learning Phil has since joining the Associates been responsible for managing the Alderney Wildlife Trust Living Islands project and more recently the Heritage Lottery Funded Railway Land Live project based at the Lewes Nature Reserve in East Sussex.
A frequent speaker and presenter at education and workshop conferences, Phil will be sharing the outcomes from the Bird Box at this years East of England Conference at Wyboston in late June.
Dave is our resident handyman who will be visiting schools in the project to situate webcams and install bird feeders. Based In Kent, Dave is an expert in bird box installation who takes pride in the quality of his workmanship and completing tasks promptly.
Did you know? A keen birder… In his spare time Dave is also a Salsa and Tango ballroom dancer. So if he has a spare moment, take the opportunity to ask him to teach you and maybe your children a few basic starter steps!
Since co-founding the South East Education Group, Tim has been responsible for managing the Alderney Wildlife Trust: Living Islands Live website and will in 2015 be responsible for streaming live images from the Railway Land Nature Reserve in Lewes in to schools across East Sussex & Brighton and Hove.