Seadream Policy Statement
Seadream representatives include paid staff, volunteers, work experience students and mentored students. All Seadream representatives are asked to read, agree to and confirm their understanding of our safeguarding policy. All policy documents are available here:
- Anti-fraud Policy
- Equality and Diversity Policy
- GDPR Policy
- Health and Safety Policy
- Safeguarding Policy
- Sustainability and Environment Policy
- Travel and Subsistence Policy
- Whistleblowing Policy
- Biosecurity and Invasive Species Policy
- Travel Subsidence and Equipment Collective Policy
- COVID Policy
- Privacy Notice
Tailored workshops for science weeks / enrichment weeks KS1 – KS5 can be offered at a subsidised rate, please get in touch.
Schools and clubs
Seadream can often offer schools and clubs a free workshop, please use the contace details on the home page to request a free session.
In the event that Seadream does not have current free opportunities, workshop rates are negotionable and in the region of £200 per day.
Corporate sponsors are offered the opportunity to promote science and engineering. By directly inspiring children at a young age will trigger enthusiasm and spark the talent that will strengthen the future economy.
Educational youth development is a long-term investment into the local workforce and a contribution to Britain’s economy.
With a boost from external sponsors SEA DREAM can address a recognised need to inject real science and engineering into the regions primary and secondary schools.
The company name and reputation of sponsors of SEA DREAM will be highlighted in a positive light with the local community. The company logo and a description of your support will be displayed on a variety of dissemination material including school newsletters, local press articles, the SEA DREAM website, leaflets, presentations at science events and through social media route.
Corporate sponsorship can start from £150 for a one day event and can be focused on your business interests.