Promoting social and emotional skills through the subject curriculum
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This publication aims to stimulate discussion about the significance of the social and emotional aspects of learning (SEAL). It can also be used as a reference document.
It provides an outline of how social and emotional skills are linked to subjects both in general terms and more specifically within each of the National Curriculum programmes of study. The booklet lists opportunities to establish these links with all foundation and core subjects.
The documents shows how, within the subject curriculum, students can demonstrate or attain the social, emotional and behavioural skills that come within these ‘categories’:
- managing feelings
- social skills
It also contains sections on links between personal, social and health education (PSHE) and:
- personal well-being and SEAL
- economic well-being and financial capability
Who is it for?
Headteachers, teachers and practitioners in secondary schools, middle schools, special schools and local authority and Children’s Services staff.