As part of Sir Alan Steer’s final behaviour report he has identified that all schools should be using SEAL to develop pupils’ emotional literacy skills.

Now that the government have shown that they are 100% in favour of the full integration of primary social and emotional aspects of learning, it is essential that all your staff fully understand what is involved with the SEAL programme and know how they can deliver it in their lessons. Does your school have a clearly mapped out SEAL journey in line with the SEAL agenda or does SEAL still leave you feeling a little lost, unsure of how to incorporate current practice into this framework?

Attend the 2nd annual Primary SEAL conference to gain a full and comprehensive understanding of SEAL and how to fully integrate it across your whole-school environment.

Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme.

Comments from previous SEAL delegates:

“A powerful day which enthused me to go back to school and pass the positive feelings onto staff – thank you”.

R. Armitage, SEAL Coordinator, Hayes Primary School


“A very enjoyable day the speakers were totally dedicated to the ideas of SEAL which has given me a great starting point for my school”.

C. Shaw, Assistant Headteacher, Rothley Primary School


“Inspiring, energising and a fantastic opportunity”.

A. Satchell, Teacher, Cromwell Primary School

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