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S.E.A.L Topic - Getting On and Falling Out

28 September 2015

The theme for this half-term’s work on developing children’s  social, emotional and behavioural skills is ‘Getting On and Falling Out’. 

Over this half-term we will be helping the children to learn about and understand friendship and the best ways of learning together.

Family Talk Time

All families have times when they get along together and times when they tend to fall out. Sometimes we find it hard to make up or even talk about it. Here are some questions to talk about:

When are the times that you get along best?
When are the times that you fall out the most?
What can you do at the times you fall out most to make  everyone feel better?

Georgina Cochrane, Year 6 Teacher/PSHE Subject Leader