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Why is this important?
A child with poor social and emotional development is at risk of poor relationships with peers, academic problems, later involvement in crime and developing physical health and adult mental-health problems simply because they don’t know how and must be provided with experiences and support which will help them to develop a positive sense of themselves and of others; respect for self and others; social skills; and a positive disposition to learn.
All carers, both in the home and community e.g. school, must ensure support for children's emotional well-being to help them progress and develop.
Promoting children's social and emotional wellbeing in primary education
Promoting young people's social and emotional wellbeing in secondary education
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