National resources

To search and download the nationally available SEAL resources, you will need to  register and login. This is quick, free and easy.
 

Once you have registered and logged in, use the menu on the left to find and download the SEAL resources you require. You can choose to search for resources by year group, theme, language (Welsh or English), type (teacher guidance, assemblies, small group work, curriculum booklets, family etc.). If you are new to SEAL, or unsure what you are looking for, you might like to browse the ‘Getting started with SEAL’ option, and the information on the ‘About SEAL’ tab on the home page. These resources offer an overview of what is available and how the SEAL resources are organised.
 

If you are looking for SEAL evaluations and research reports in the public domain, you can find these here too. Alternatively, to access all the benefits of The SEAL Community you can join us! By joining the SEAL Community (for a small yearly fee) you will become part of an ever-growing network of like-minded professionals.
 

You will be able to:

  • Download all the new lesson plans, assemblies, useful tools and resources that we have uploaded to the ‘Members’ section of the SEAL website – so as to continuously update the original national SEAL programme
  • Access our regular newsletter for practitioners (a roundup of news, case-studies, tips, new resources and research)

 

Evaluation of SEAL research paper

In this study, a team of experienced school advisors used a semi‐structured observation and interview protocol to rate various aspects of the implementation of SEAL in 49 primary and secondary schools. A total of 2242 pupils in 29 of these schools completed measures of social experiences and school ethos. School‐level attainment and attendance statistics were collated for all participating schools. Analysis revealed that ratings indicative of a whole‐school universal approach to SEAL were significantly associated with school ethos, which in turn predicted improved peer relationships,  better overall school attainment, and reduced persistent absence. Thematic analysis of the advisors’ records illuminated key dimensions and exemplars of whole‐school implementation. Results highlight the role of school ethos in systematically connecting whole‐school practices relating to SEAL with key indicators of school success..

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