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Social-Emotional Learning

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process of developing skills and attitudes that enable students to manage their emotions, achieve positive goals, show empathy, build relationships, and make responsible decisions. SEL is critical for success in academics and life. The goal of SEL is to empower students to become self-aware, resilient, and growth-minded problem solvers. Self-awareness is the foundation for emotional intelligence; resilience is crucial for success; and a growth mindset is essential for embracing challenges. Empathy, kindness, respect, and well-being are important for social and emotional growth. To achieve these goals, students need tools and resources for lifelong positive choices, such as mindfulness and relaxation techniques, physical activity, healthy eating, and mental health support. Students also need to learn communication skills, conflict resolution, and problem-solving strategies to build strong relationships. SEL fosters personal growth and well-being by creating a safe, inclusive learning environment where students can express themselves, pursue their interests, and take ownership of their own learning.

SEL Curriculum

Early Years 

Grade 1-12