NeuroHeadway International is a pioneering Neuroscience development company. We are all about bringing research evidence to life and help young people enhance their life skills and mental health and wellbeing. We are working across the world, working in collaboration with leading neuroscience experts for utilising the best academic research, as the foundation for evidence-based practice in the classroom.

NeuroHeadway is an original comprehensive Scheme of Learning for Primary and Secondary Schools, which integrates Educational Neuroscience in with both PSHE and Science. With our company’s technical skills, market knowledgeand educational networks, our objective is to be the foundation for real impact in neuroeducation including emotional literacy, social skills and enhanced communication.

Our resources are grouped into learning modules covering specific topic areas based around neuroscience. Learning modules are designed to provide 1 hour’s delivery time in the classroom. Click here to see our full range of teaching resource modules and how to subscribe to them for your school.

We are proud and enthusiastic about the way schools around the world are embracing our Neuroeducation learning programmes and teacher resources.

Innovations Case Studies

A specific outcome from our range of Innovation Learning Programmes is often the design and production of an innovation product. Students from 7 to 17 have taken part in classroom projects that have innovation at their heart. Here are some examples of these projects: Children have designed and produced a healthcare screening machine prototype as an outcome of their 3D Design programme from NH.

Students on the Creating Small Innovations Programme created an APP to convert a standard image into a wide screen image.

On their using Mental Health and Wellbeing Skills for Life programme, students undertook a project called Observation and Mindfulness. The 17 year olds, who were all interested in pursuing a career in medicine furthered their understanding of how Neuroscience feeds into medical profession.

A group of 7 year olds working on their PCs created a basic coding formula for what it would take to correct short-sighted vision.

Medical Informatics was the topic studied by students on NeuroHeadway’s Working Internationally Programme. Students aged 16 and 17 used code to design a records programme which stored specific patient information which would improve patient care.

Students built their own camera lenses on their NeuroHeadway programme: Building our own cinema camera lenses programme. A group of 11 year olds designed an information feedback system for medical settings to analyse dietary requirements for patients.

Students worked on the Using Camera Technologies Used in Movies programme. A group of 10 year olds designed and built a basic systems camera.

Students undertook the Designing and Making Solutions for Cinema Cameras programme. A group of 16 year olds designed and built a wider dynamic range camera which means that a range of information can be sent to the camera sensor.

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