SEAL

The previous government drew on evidence from the US that social and emotional learning (SEL) has a positive impact on school achievement and behaviour, and designed an equivalent programme for primary and secondary schools in England.  Although the programme is not actively promoted by the current government, a large number of schools continue to find the materials and the approach extremely beneficial.SEAL resource - image

There are a range of resources available to schools to help them implement SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning).

  • The Centre for Wise Education has listed resources for primary and secondary SEAL.

  • To find out more about SEL in the US, visit the CASEL website.

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