Leading for Solutions: Embedding SEL into school culture

To be successful, SEL programmes need to be supported by the whole school community. Barbara Haxby Brady explains how this can be achieved

MRS EDWARDS HAS JUST FINISHED her social and emotional learning lesson, using a research-based curriculum. The pupils participate twice a week in this programme and she sees a real difference in her class. Pupils are able to discuss their feelings better, many are able to use self-control strategies when prompted, there has been a real improvement in teamwork, and her class climate is much improved.

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Published

February 2010