Have you checked out our mainstream classroom guide (Ordinarily Available Inclusive Practice) for social, emotional and mental health?
Consistent disruptive or withdrawn behaviours can be an indication of unmet social, emotional or mental health need.
Typical behaviours that may reflect an unmet social, emotional or mental health need.
Strategies that could be used to support a social, emotional or mental health need.
Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA) is a term used to describe a child or young person who has severe difficulty in attending school due to emotional factors.
Adverse childhood experiences can impact on children and young people who experience them in lifelong ways.
Eating disorders include a range of conditions that can affect someone physically, psychologically and in social situations.
The need to feel secure is central to a child being able settle to learn. Staff must meet their attachment needs concerned with safety, stability and security to be ready to learn.
Information on external assessments, approaches and information.
Self-harm also known as self-injury is the act of deliberately causing harm to oneself.
Information about Tics and Information about Tourette Syndrome including useful websites.