The Social Emotional Learning Skills
Believing that if you try to do something, you can do it.
Accepting yourself and thinking, 'I am likeable and good at doing many things'.
Taking risks and believing that it is okay to make mistakes when learning something new.
Positive self-talk. You can do it means thinking that you can do things that are hard to do.
Setting goals. Believing that setting goals helps you to aim to do your best work.
Listening carefully when someone is talking.
Planning your time. Making sure to not waste time and to be on time for things.
Taking care of your things and those of others. Putting things away in their proper place, cleaning up and being neat.
Working and playing nicely together, behaving responsibly towards others and solving disagreements without squabbling or fighting.
Being honest, respectful, fair and caring.
Following important rules of the classroom and playground including the 4 C's and doing things to keep our school safe.
Social Responsibility means thinking that it is good to help others and accept everyone.
Trying hard especially when something feels like it is too hard to do or you are tired.
Thinking 'When work is hard, I can do it'.
Giving effort and thinking that the harder I try, the better I get.
To be able to do the best you can, you may sometimes have to do things that are not easy or fun.
Being able to calm down within ten minutes of being extremely upset, down, worried or angry, without immediate adult-initiated support and guidance.
Being able to control your (aggression, withdrawal) when you become extremely upset.
When you are upset, it is good to think about what you can do ...
- Find something fun to do.
- Talk to a grown up.
- Calm down by taking time out or take three deep breaths.