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How SEED works

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Developing foundations for life-long health
and wellbeing

Research shows that early social and emotional problems may lead to ongoing challenges throughout childhood and beyond.

 

Equally, a strong foundation equips children to express emotions appropriately, form healthy, empathic relationships with others, build self-esteem, and successfully engage in learning.

 

These are the skills required for a full and satisfying life.  

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EVIDENCE-BASED STRATEGIES

Practical, evidence-based strategies developed by the psychologists and educators at The Cheshire School. New content, strategies and resources added regularly.

MULTI-PURPOSE LEARNING

Expand general knowledge to
benefit a whole room or plan a supportive intervention for a particular child with challenging behaviours.

TAILOR YOUR APPROACH

Children are unique. SEED supports educators to trial different approaches based on children’s individual strengths and needs, reflect on what is working, and adapt their approach when needed.

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BACKED BY STRONG RESEARCH

The strategies, tools and
techniques covered in SEED are supported by over 4 years of research conducted by Monash University.

DEEP-DIVE WEBINARS

Regular interactive webinars
with experts to delve deeper
into the topics covered in SEED, new strategies and provide the opportunity for Q&A’s.

PERSONALISED CONSULTING

To add value and extend your learning, SEED offers services additional private and personalised consulting with a qualified children's psychologist.

"It was helpful to understand why children do what they do. We can now look at things from a different perspective and assist children to recognise their feelings and behaviours and give them strategies that will help and support them throughout life."

- Kinder Educator - 

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