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1 Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning SEAL as a Resource

2 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning Social and emotional aspects of learning Reasoning Evaluation Creativity Enquiry Problem solving Information processing Communication

3 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning What does the resource offer? An explicit, structured whole-curriculum framework for developing the social, emotional and behavioural skills of all pupils, not just those whose behaviour or poor social skills cause problems Pupils develop a ‘feelings vocabulary’ which is vital for the acquisition of social skills.

4 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning The spiral curriculum

5 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning Slide 1.15 PSHE and Citizenship SEAL Curriculum links Core and foundation subjects

6 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning The ‘Waves’ model Quality first teaching of social, emotional and behavioural skills to all children Effective whole-school or setting policies and frameworks for promoting emotional health and well- being Small-group intervention for children who need additional help in developing skills, and for their families Individual intervention

7 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning SEAL 1.Guidance Book – very useful resource 2.Seven sets of activities, each set around a ‘Theme’ - Theme overview - A scripted assembly + 6 variations - Colour-coded booklets within each theme giving ideas and activities for each age range Red Set (Foundation Stage) Blue 5 Set(Y1 and Y2) Yellow Set(Y3 and Y4) Green Set(Y5 and Y6) Silver Set Small group activities -Purple SetStaff activity booklet -Gold SetFamily activities Wave 1 Wave 2

8 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning

9 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning

10 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning

11 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning

12 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning The themes A theme overview includes links to other areas of the curriculum. In each theme there are suggested stories and activities for a whole-school assembly, with follow-up suggestions for future assemblies. The assemblies are broadly secular and do not include any elements of worship, so other arrangements need to be made to meet the requirements of collective worship.

13 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning When should it be run? And how does it fit together? Themes and structure Theme number Time of year Theme title (Assembly and associated curriculum work) Key SEBS domain addressed 1. Autumn Term: first half term 2. Autumn Term: second half term 3. Spring term: January 4. Spring term : February/March New beginnings Getting on and falling out Going for goals! Good to be me Empathy Self-awareness Self-motivation Social skills Managing feelings Empathy Social skills Self-motivation Self-awareness Managing feelings Empathy

14 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning When should it be run? And how does it fit together? Themes and structure Theme number Time of year Theme title (Assembly and associated curriculum work) Key SEBS domain addressed 5. Spring term or early summer term (March/April) 6. Summer term: second half term 7. At any time but a good time would be anti-bullying week in November Relationships Changes Bullying Self-awareness Managing feelings Empathy Self motivation Social skills Managing feelings Empathy Self-awareness Social skills

15 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning Using SEAL One or more staff meetings before each theme, using the Purple Set activities in a flexible way, to ensure consistency, knowledge, understanding and confidence A 30 minute assembly to launch each theme Dedicated sessions over the half term using the SEAL materials in a flexible way to develop social, emotional and behavioural skills for each theme – about 4 hours in total Use of ideas for following up the theme in a number of curriculum areas, and possible use of the exemplar lessons A follow-up assembly to share work undertaken and successes in achieving learning outcomes

16 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning A whole school approach For maximum effectiveness, it is essential that the whole school community engages with the materials. All classes should be thinking about the same ideas and using a shared language over the same period of time. SEAL needs to be embedded within a whole school approach and environment that supports emotional health and well-being.

17 Conditions for learning Learning to learn skills Improving behaviour: Improving learning Affective aspects Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning Useful web sites Then click on SEAL publications/banda/seal/www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/primary/ publications/banda/seal/ This can also be accessed through the Dudley website.


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