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Social & Emotional Aspects of Learning

Devon SEAL
Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning for children and young people in Devon

As every teacher knows, in order to learn successfully children must feel happy and secure within the school environment
(L.Hellaby 2004)

The aim of the SEAL materials is to provide schools with an explicit, structured curriculum framework and resource for teaching social, emotional and behavioural skills as a whole school approach for all pupils, not just those with challenging behaviour.

What's new?

Latest Developments
News on Devon SEAL for October 2006

A Quick Guide to SEAL for Governors (23KB - pdf help)

School Self Review - SEAL Curriculum Resource (28KB - pdf help)
This school self review document has been developed by the DfES to enable schools to accurately assess where they are with the implementation and development of SEAL.  This could be used as a basis for an action plan and/or as part of the SEF.  If you would like support to begin using this document or would like to discuss the implications of your results please contact your local Behaviour Support Advisory Teacher or Primary Resource base teacher.

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