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Relax Kids and SEAL
Relax Kids aims to develop the underpinning qualities and skills that help promote positive behaviour and effective learning. Relax Kids supports all five social and emotional aspects of learning: self-awareness, managing feelings, motivation, empathy and social
Relax Kids exercises and resources, help children develop skills such as resolving conflict and managing worries.
Relax Kids exercises can be used with the following SEAL themes: Say no to bullying, Getting on, Going for goals and Good to be me
RELAX KIDS AND EVERY CHILD MATTERS
The 5 Outcomes are covered perfectly by Relax Kids. Through relaxation
and self-esteem exercises, we encourage children to see their strengths, look after themselves, develop their confidence and
positivity as well show respect to themselves and others. Teaching children simple relaxation techniques is one of the keys to helping them grow up in a balanced and well rounded way. Relax Kids encourages children to share experiences, build self esteem,
confidence, build stronger relationships between children, school and the community. Incorporating Relax Kids into your school will have a positive impact which will be shown throughout school and community.
RELAX KIDS LINKS TO ECM OUTCOMES IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:
Children are kept SAFE: They are occupied and in a safe and supervised environment.
Children are encouraged to be HEALTHY. The children will do activities to encourage getting active, healthy minds and healthy choices.
Children will be encouraged to obtain ECONOMIC WELLBEING by being supported in thinking about their aspirations in life and learn new skills.
Children will ENJOY AND ACHIEVE in the class. We will encourage and provide activities the children will enjoy and celebrate their successes.
Children will be encouraged to MAKE A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION within the
class. This will be done through different activities team building and empowering the children to feel able to contribute to the group.
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Organisation last updated on 22/07/2016