National SEAL resources

Secondary SEAL Small Group Work: Understanding Myself

These documents suggest activities for working with small groups of secondary school pupils (perhaps with additional needs in the areas described). They contain guidance and activities for running small group sessions (similar to the 'silver set' in primary SEAL) in the following areas: - Becoming independent - Conflict resolution - developing positive relationships - Managing change - Managing strong feelings - problem solving - understanding myself - working together - peer mentoring.

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Secondary SEAL Small Group Work: Peer Mentoring

These documents suggest activities for working with small groups of secondary school pupils (perhaps with additional needs in the areas described).

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Feelings thought s and behaviour

A viusal aid to help children identify the way that their feelings and thoughts lead to behaviour

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fireworks picture

This is a visual aid to help children understand how anger can build up then explode

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SEAL self review primary and secondary

This self-review is designed to support Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) implementation in schools by helping leaders to recognise what has already been achieved and identify future actions. It may be useful to highlight statements that describe systems and activities that are already in place. The self-review can be used as the focus for discussion between those leading on SEAL who should provide evidence to back up judgements before agreeing the next steps. Implementing SEAL effectively in a school should be seen as a journey of activity and reflection

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Promoting social and emotional skills through the secondary subject curriculum

This booklet outlines the ways in which social and emotional skills are linked to subjects both in general terms and more specifically within each of the National Curriculum programmes of study.

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Working together in groups primary SEAL checklists

These checklists allow children to review how well they met success criteria for working well together in groups. There are checklists for KS1, Y3/4 and Y5/6. Each relates to learning opportunities and outcomes in the Getting on and Falling Out Theme.

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Bumper booklist of children's books related to SEAL themes plus teaching ideas

This booklist for primary schools lists children's books that link to each of the SEAL Themes, along with teaching ideas

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