NT Social and Emotional Learning

Northern Territory Social and Emotional Learning (NT SEL)

NT SEL refers to the combined use of two resources:

  • Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships learning materials produced by the Victorian Department of Education and Training. This is the core teaching resource.
  • NT SEL Supplementary Resources. These are contextualised support resources that are used in conjunction with the Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships learning materials.

Together, the two resources support the social and emotional learning of Early Years (Transition to Year 2), Primary Years (Years 3-6), Middle Years (Years 7-9) and Senior Years (Years 10-12) students.

The resources cover key topics affecting students’ social and emotional wellbeing, including emotional literacy, personal strengths, positive coping, problem solving, stress management, help seeking, gender and identity, and positive gender relationships.

NT SEL Frequently Asked Questions PDF (573.3 KB)

Accessing NT SEL

The following resources are available to all Northern Territory teachers in both government and nongovernment schools.

Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships learning materials

Social and Emotional Learning Implementation Guide for Schools PDF (462.6 KB)

Social and Emotional Learning Early Years Supplementary Resources PDF (1.4 MB)

Social and Emotional Learning Primary Years Supplementary Resources PDF (1.6 MB)

Social and Emotional Learning Middle Years Supplementary Resources PDF (927.4 KB)

Social and Emotional Learning Senior Years Supplementary Resources PDF (1.7 MB)

Contact

For more information, contact Student Wellbeing and Inclusion on (08) 8944 9345 or email wellbeing.doe@nt.gov.au.

Student Wellbeing and Inclusion can provide assistance to NT Government schools to contextualise the resources for their student cohort.

Last updated: 10 July 2019

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