It’s a challenge most teachers face on a weekly basis – what do we say to support a student who is suffering with a mental health problem? How do we begin that supportive conversation? It’s a…
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Welcome to SEMH.co.uk.
This website was designed to help education staff to support students with social, emotional and mental health concerns.
We are keen to hear from other schools and individuals with strategies to help support students so if you would like to contribute, please get in touch via the "Site Owner" link above and make contact via Linkedin.
Students with SEMH needs bear the greatest disadvantage of all - one for which a cash premium itself will not resolve. If not addressed they will carry this with them throughout life despite economic prosperity or social mobility that often is deemed to resolve other "disadvantages".
Furthermore social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) can hinder a child's ability to access education leading to their opportunities being significantly reduced.
We aim to address this with strategies for all schools and education professionals to use without huge cost and specialist expertise.
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#SEMH #TA needed for a two-form entry school in the #Wirral to work 1:1 with a pupil in #reception | Previous exp working within #EYFS / KS1 would be beneficial | E: email@example.com / call her on 01514482810
So I've had my first ever tweet go viral. I'm pleased that this one has attracted so much attention as I was trying to highlight some of the reasons behind attention needing behaviours. Remember - all behaviour is communication! #RobinWilliams #SEMH
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"I was running out of strategies and I was running out of patience. Every time a new technique failed to work, I remember feeling helpless and deflated."
Latest blog with guest blogger @TeachingNewbie - https://bit.ly/2OYzvet
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@marymered When I recently worked in an #SEMH Special School as a Teaching Assistant, I worked 1:1 with a young lad, in a separate (SEPARATE) room known as ... wait for it ... the ‘Inclusion Room’. 🤔