Kate Middleton joins science lesson at North London school

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The Duchess of Cambridge returned to the classroom on Wednesday as she joined Year 8 pupils for a science lesson.

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Kate surprised students at Nower Hill High School in Harrow, North London, as they learnt about the importance of early childhood development.

SEEN (Secondary Education around Early Neurodevelopment) is a research project run by Oxford University that looks to embed the key principles of early childhood development and neuroscience in students. Over 3,700 11 to 14-year-olds took part in three lessons which covered the neuroscience of how brains are built and how experiences (including the role of caregivers) impact brain development. 

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The Duchess' visit comes after she launched her biggest project to date earlier this summer – The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.


Over the last ten years, Kate has spent time looking into how challenges in later life such as addiction, family breakdown, poor mental health, suicide and homelessness can have their roots in the earliest years of someone's life.


The Duchess looked elegant in a chic red jumper and matching coat for her visit. She wore her hair in loose tousled waves, while adding a touch of make-up to finish off her look.


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