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Social and emotional aspects of learning seal the evidence

Social and emotional aspects of learning (SEAL): The evidence

Natalie O’ Neill

Rhondda Cynon Taf & Merthyr Tydfil

Educational & Child Psychology Service


Seal is
SEAL is... evidence

“a comprehensive, whole-school approach to promoting the social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning, positive behaviour, regular attendance, staff effectiveness and the emotional health and well-being of all who learn and work in schools.”

(DCFS, 2007, p.4)






Flook et al 2005
Flook evidence et al. (2005)


Rodeiro et al 2009
Rodeiro evidence et al. (2009)


Some social and emotional skills/aspects of emotional literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.


Can the skills of emotional literacy be taught
Can the skills of emotional literacy be taught? literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.


  • Weare & Nind (2011) literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.

  • Durlak et al (2011)


Do programmes such as seal impact on attainment
DO programmes such as SEAL impact on attainment? literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.


Sel programmes generally
SEL programmes generally literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.

  • Durlak et al (2011)

  • Payton et al (2008)


Seal programmes specifically
Seal programmes specifically literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.

  • Hallam et al (2006)

  • Banerjee (2010)

5000+ questionnaires = 100% head teachers: SEAL had a positive impact on children’s wellbeing and attitudes to school

SEAL = successful in developing children’s social skills and relationships

SEAL = improved attainment compared to schools not completing the programme


Decide for yourself does emotional literacy contribute to attainment
Decide for yourself... literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.does emotional literacy contribute to attainment?


A quick activity
A quick activity.. literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.

  • Partner A: Ask partner B to spell a difficult word

  • Partner B: Ask partner A to answer a mental arithmetic problem (without writing it down)


The social and emotional demands of learning activities
The social and emotional demands of learning activities literacy are positively correlated with attainment in some areas, whilst others might be neutral or negatively correlated.

Work with your partner again...

  • What feelings did you experience when tackling this task? How did you manage them?

  • What social skills did you use in the discussion?



Employers needs
Employers’ needs... literacy needed?

“Employers are looking for more than just technical skills and knowledge of a degree discipline. They particularly value skills such as communication, team working and problem solving. Job applicants who can demonstrate that they have developed these skills will have a real advantage.”

Digby Jones, Ex-Director-General, Confederation of British Industry


A changing society
A changing society... literacy needed?


Does seal contribute to aspects other than attainment
Does seal literacy needed? contribute to aspects other than attainment?


Small group seal
Small group SEAL literacy needed?

Skills and experience of the facilitator

  • Humphrey et al. (2008)

Commitment of school to SEAL

Availability of physical space to conduct sessions


Playground behaviours
Playground behaviours literacy needed?

  • Hallam (2009)


Secondary seal
Secondary seal literacy needed?

  • Humphrey et al. (2010)

Whole school approach

Engagement with parents/carers

Time and resource allocation

Staff with ‘will and skill’


Banerjee 2010
Banerjee literacy needed? (2010)


Equipping pupils with the social and emotional skills they need to lead successful, happy and productive lives


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