Guidance

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Top tips for including children with additional needs in SEAL

Tips to help teachers include children with challenging behaviour, children on the autistic spectrum and children learning English as an Additional Language in SEAL lessons

Jean Gross You need to be logged in AND be a member to download this resource
Primary Good to be Me planning and assessment

The wonderful behaviour support team in Bradford created  medium term plans and assessment ideas for their schools, for each of the SEAL themes. Here are the Good to be Me plans for all year groups , along with some Reception planning from the TES website.

Anonymous You need to be logged in AND be a member to download this resource
British Values teaching resources compendium

Schools in England are required to actively promote fundamental British values to their pupils, both in lessons and in extracurricular activities. The values are defined as democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. Under the Prevent Duty, schools must also actively protect children from the dangers of extremism.

Jean Gross You need to be logged in AND be a member to download this resource
Best practice guide of interventions in Wales to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people

This guide , commissioned by the Welsh government, is a useful review of the evidence for a range of wellbeing/SEL interventions- everything from Emotional Literacy Support Assistants to nurture groups to SEAL and family programmes.

Jean Gross You need to be logged in AND be a member to download this resource