National resources

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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.
 

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You will be able to:

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Getting On - Staffroom Activities - England

These activities are designed to help you as a staff group to think about the issues involved in working with children on the feelings and behaviours associated with getting on and falling out. The theme offers opportunities for children and staff to continue the work started in Theme  1 New beginnings on creating a positive ethos within the classroom.

In each colour-coded set, initial circle activities, games and rounds help the children to value and appreciate diversity and similarity, develop skills of cooperation and increase their ability to recognise and identify their feelings and those of others.

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