Seadream Education CIC is a Scientist led, not for profit organisation, founded by Marine Biologist Dr Juliette Jackson, passionate about delivering and using STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, in a way that improves individual, community and environmental health and wellbeing
Understanding and respect for the world around us underpins Seadream Education and drives positive outcomes within and throughout the community. We lead by example, inspire others, raise aspirations, instil passion, awe, knowledge, understanding and respect for the world. We deliver accessible and exciting STEM outreach prgrammes, tailored workshops and activities to businesses, education and the wider community acros both cities and rural locations, in association with a variety of projects, organisations and funding bodies.
We professionally manage projects, effective collaborations, facilitate public engagement and deliver specialist lectures and professional development sessions. We also create awesome and unique resources and add value as a team of professional scientists, continually striving to showcase and use our advanced knowledge, skills and diverse experiences in unique and modern ways.
We are committed to developing new and better ways to share our knowledge as well as continuing to advance our own skillsets and although we are a non-profit organisation we have a desire to grow, to generate a steady income stream, to build the security needed to employ more staff, to have better resources and to have a greater impact.
Seadream awarded the
Devon County Agricultural Association
Prince of Wales Award of Honour 2022
This prestigious award is given to projects and organisations who have made the most outstanding contribution to improving the lives of their community and Seadream were thrilled to be winners for their outreach Ocean Discovery Zone Programme. Our team of professionals include conservationists and marine biologists and we travel the length and breadth of the Southwest showcasing the wonders of the Ocean, including a large installation at Devon County Show, where visitors are invited to engage in fun and meaningful activities and resources designed to connect them to Devon’s wealth of coastal waters.
Dr Juliette Jackson was delighted to have won the Award: “We are passionate about developing new content to engage the community, making it interactive, immersive and accessible to all groups. We are thrilled to receive any additional support that will help us achieve our goals.”