Social emotional learning (SEL) is a process that helps students develop essential life skills like emotional management, healthy relationship building and responsible decision making.
Research has shown that the numerous benefits of incorporating SEL into the classroom include improved behaviour, academic performance and mental health, making SEL the best way to achieve a safe, supportive and inclusive learning environment.
Reducing behaviour problems in your school starts with SEL. Research shows that social emotional learning promotes positive behaviour by helping your students regulate their emotions, develop empathy, communicate better and make responsible decisions to help prevent low-level behavioural concerns.Put an end to classroom disruption with Skills Interventions
Automatic student grouping based on their skills allows you to provide the most relevant support. Developing SEL skills helps foster a growth mindset, equipping your students with the tools they need to collaborate better, aim higher and achieve more.Help your students achieve more with Skills Assessment
Targeted interventions can promote wellbeing and improve mental health by teaching your students how to handle stress, build resilience and develop positive relationships. Implementing SEL equips your students with an emotional toolkit that they can use to manage their feelings, reducing emotional distress both inside and outside the classroom.Help your students manage stress with Skills Lessons
SEL helps students build positive relationships by teaching them how to communicate more effectively, work better with others and successfully resolve conflicts. Supporting student emotional development is the best way to unite your school community.Unite your school community with Skills Interventions
Prepare your students for higher education and the world of work by developing their problem solving, teamwork, self-management and communication skills through self study. SEL helps you feel confident that your students are set up to succeed, no matter what they choose to do next.Set your students up for success with Skills Lessons