This accessible resource presents guidelines for creating an emotionally and socially healthy school and offers case studies that illustrate how good practice improves behavior and promotes inclusion.

Planning Provision for Promoting Emotional and Social Development

Planning provision for promoting emotional and social development

This chapter explores the opportunities for promoting emotional development through curriculum and extra curricular activities. It provides advice and guidance, as well as case studies on:

  • Breakfast and after-school clubs
  • Assemblies
  • Personal, Social and Health Education

Planned activities that help children and young people develop emotional literacy and find strategies to support their own and the emotional health and well-being of others are a key part of the school's job in promoting emotional and social development.

Breakfast and After-School Clubs

Through Every Child Matters, government pledged to ensure that all children have access to a range of activities beyond the school day. Breakfast clubs are increasingly commonplace across the UK and other parts ...

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