Family SEAL

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Family SEAL outdoors

Family-oriented activities and materials developed by schools and services in Manchester. The resource covers all seven themes of primary SEAL in the outdoor setting of the school grounds.

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Mini GOLD SEAL

Mini-GOLD SEAL materials which provide individual intervention for children with attachment difficulties, involving both parents/carers and children.

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Mini GOLD Activity pack

Activities fot a ten week individual programme for children with attachment difficulties and their parents.

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Mini GOLD SEALchampagne bottle

Resource to go with  Mini GOLD SEAL activity pack

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Mini GOLD SEAL key

Resource to go with  Mini GOLD SEAL activiy pack

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Mini GOLD SEALpostcards

Resource to go with Mini GOLD SEAL activity pack

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Secondary Family SEAL evaluation Bradley Stoke School

This is an evaluation of an imaginative Family SEAL programme at Bradley Stoke secondary school in South Gloucestershire.

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Fabulous presentation for parents on exam stress

Tapton School in Sheffield have created a brilliant set of student welllbeing resources. This is a presentation for parents to help them understand how we respond to stress , and how to help their child cope with exams.

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Left out – a resource to give to parents

Over the past ten years studies have charted a steady rise in how unhappy children between the ages of 10 and 17 are with their social relationships. A recent Children’s Society report found that, from the 15 countries it surveyed, England’s youngsters between the ages of 8 and 12 are among the most likely to say that they have been left out by others in their class.

We came across some good ideas from author Tanith Carey on how parents can help their children deal with friendship problems. It may be useful to share with your families, in school.

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