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Term 3 S.E.A.L Topic ''Changes''

16 June 2015

The theme for last half-term’s work on developing children’s social, emotional and behavioural skills has been ‘Relationships’.

Over the half term, the children’s learning has been focused on important relationships including family and friends. The children have been developing their knowledge, understanding and skills in three key aspects of learning: self-awareness, managing feelings and empathy. This term our SEAL (Social, Emotional and Aspects of Learning) topic is: ‘Changes’.

Family Talk Time

Children often love to learn about themselves when they were little. They love to hear about the silly things that you did when you were little, too. How much can you remember? If you have a photograph of yourself when you were little you might like to talk about the time in the photograph. Have you found ‘Family Talk Time’ useful this year?

Ms Georgina Cochrane, Year 6 Teacher/PSHE Leader