At the Discovery school we cover the wide concept of feelings and emotions through our PSHE lessons and with interventions when appropriate.
One of the main concepts we cover in this area is Self- Regulation as it is essential for learning. Self-regulation is the ability to identify and cope with disruptive feelings or behaviours. Being capable to recognise the behaviour will give us the opportunity to think before we act. Children trying to cope with too much excitement or not at all will struggle with focusing on task.
Click on the links below to find some resources which can be very helpful when trying to explore this topic:
Resources for Self-Regulation – The Zones of Regulation
Inside out (Audiovisual resource)
Disney Pixar’s Inside Out takes an imaginative journey into the mind to find the answers. Based in Headquarters, the control centre of 11-year-old Riley’s mind, five emotions are at hard work, led by lighthearted optimist Joy. She strives to make sure Riley stays happy as she operates alongside fellow emotions Fear, Anger Disgust and Sadness. (Disney Pixar 2015)
The Five Point Scale