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The SEAL Community - Social & Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL)

www.sealcommunity.org

Set up and supported by leading experts in the field,  the SEAL Community is a not-for-profit organisation offering education professionals with an interest in SEAL the opportunity to join a network of like-minded individuals, schools and organisations. We aim to promote and develop SEAL through sharing news, practice, resources and expertise.

By registering with us (which is free, quick and easy), you can immediately find and download all of the national SEAL curriculum materials, teacher guidance and professional development materials, national reports and evaluations. Click on the logo to go to the Seal Community Website.

 

Ready for the new school year we ‘ve uploaded to The SEAL Community website  a new collection of resources that includes

  • A primary assembly about connectedness from Place2Be
  • A piece-of-the puzzle primary assembly about connectedness and belonging, with jigsaw piece, from Mentally Healthy Schools/Anna Freud Centre
  • Two truths and a lie… eight great getting-to-know you activities for secondary and upper primary 
  • Y7 team building favourites
  • Getting to know you activities from the PSHE Association

Assembly about connectedness and belonging.pdf

rebuild-and-recover-piece-of-the-puzzle-activity.pdf

rebuild-and-recover-piece-of-the-puzzle-assembly.pdf

Two truths and a lie getting to know you.pdf

Y7 team building.pdf

Getting to know you activities from the PSHE Association.pdf

 

Understanding and managing emotions

Primary Go Noodle workbooks for children, about understanding and managing emotions. One for KS1, one for KS2.

Find KS1 materials

Find KS2 materials

 

Mindfulness

Three early years sessions based on an online reading of ‘Happy: A Children’s Book of Mindfulness’

 

Stress Bucket

A stress bucket activity for upper primary/Y7, from Young Minds and a stress bucket worksheet

 

Self Regulation 

Something a bit different – a Social Story framework to use with primary children to help them remember what they should do when they are about to ‘lose it’. Designed for children with autism but could be used for children in EYFS and KS1 who struggle with self-regulation.

 

Newsletters 

The Seal Community Newsletter No. 31 Spring 2022

The SEAL Community Newsletter No. 28 Spring 2021

The SEAL Community Newsletter No. 24 Summer 2020   

The SEAL Community Newsletter No. 23 Spring 2020  

 

 

 

 



Tagged under: Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5, SEAL, back to school

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