early years

A review of social and emotional learning programmes for pre-school and early years

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This useful article reviews the overall evidence for the impact of SEL programmes in the pre-school years. It then reviews four US programmes in depth: RULER, Incredible Years Dino Dinosaur, Al's Pals and PATHS

Do you work in Reception or Key Stage 1?

If so we think you will like these 24 new, free social and emotional learning lesson plans. The resource is called ‘A Mindfulness-based Kindness Curriculum’ It gives you lots of new ideas for work on SEAL themes, from understanding emotions to welcoming newcomers (New Beginnings), to being a good friend and resolving conflict(Getting On and Falling Out) to handling worries and other strong feelings (Good to be Me).

Resilience toolkit for young children

Sesame Street have launched a resource portal focused on helping children from birth to age six deal with difficulties and challenge.

The online toolkit features new content such as videos, storybooks, and digital activities, all with the Sesame Street Muppets. The resources present universal coping strategies that help children feel safe and become more resilient in a range of situations. They're designed to give caring adults the tools they need to foster nurturing connections. Also included are activities and resources for related adult professional development.

Long term impact of early years transition SEL programme

By Your Hand: An Italian Social and Emotional Learning Program for Preschool Children (unpublished study)

Social and emotional aspects of development: SEAD

This national document offers guidance and professional development for implementing SEAL in early years' settings, including nurseries, primary provisions with nursery classes, childminders, playgroups etc.

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