Secondary

Posters created by Torfaen secondary students

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These posters were created by students entering for The Great SEAL Competion in Torfaen's secondary schools and PRU.

SEAL and Ofsted (secondary)

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This tool makes the links between SEAL and the Ofsted inspection framework. It shows how SEAl contributes to key judgements in the framework, and signposts staff the SEAL themes and resources that will help them meet inspection criteria.

Staff training on a strengths approach at Bradley Stoke Community School

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This presentation was created by Jacqui Gallagher and Susie Smith. It forms part of a case study of SEAL work at Bradley Stoke Community School, which you can find in The SEAL Community Newsletter 3.

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Year 7 anti-bullying sessions for tutor group time

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A Y7 anti-bullying resource of fourteen short sessions , suitable for tutor group time, which was created by Ian Paish and shared on The Guardian teacher network by EmilyDrabble –thank you Ian and Emily!

Rumours

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This is a seondary powerpoint on spreading rumours as a form of bullying

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Y8 Theme 1: Learning to be together (Learning opportunities) Wales: Welsh medium

Please note that the 'Learning opportunity' booklets are not yet available in Welsh medium for any secondary SEAL Theme, at any Year Group.   Until they become available (when they will be uploaded onto this website), please use the English version of the Learning opportunity booklet for this Theme and Year Group. Note that the resources booklet that accompany the learning opportunities for this Theme and Year Group is available in Welsh medium, and can be searched for using the usual mechanism.

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Neil Humphries, 2010 Evaluation of secondary SEAL

This report was produced in 2010, evaluating the impact of secondary SEAL in a number of schools - regardless of how fully they had implemented the suggested guidelines (e.g. of taking a whole school approach). It is critical of SEAL, and concludes that SEAL does not impact on the key areas explored.

See also Robin Banerjee's report (on the site), published in the same year, for an alternative evaluation (Banerjee tracked a number of primary and secondary schools who had implemented SEAL fully, in the way set out in the guidance).

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