Resources for Professionals, Parents and Carers
This 30 minute webinar about Emotion Coaching describes, why we need Emotion Coaching, what it is (and what it is not) and how to do it.
This short 5 minute white board animation serves as an introduction to Emotion Coaching. It might be of interest to people who want a quick idea of what is Emotion Coaching.
1.Emotion Coaching Scenarios: what's going on, what to say and do
2. Problem Solving Ideas
Regulation Station Poster
Children are supported in the classroom to develop their ability to notice how their body is feeling, linking this to emotions they might
be feeling and then identifying ways in which they can restore calm and self-regulation.
This idea was developed in support of Step 4
of Emotion Coaching - problem solving.
Policy Guidance and exemplars
Developing an Attachment Aware Behaviour Regulation Policy.
Guidance for Brighton & Hove Schools
"The purpose of the guidance is to promote a move away from traditional behaviour management approaches which often place huge emphasis on rewards and punishments linked to behaviour towards a more humanist, relational and universal approach, which is inclusive for all and can benefit the whole school community. It is intended to encourage schools to develop their behaviour policies in line with Attachment Aware principles... and to ensure that their Behaviour Regulation Policy translates into whole school practice."
Brighton & Hove, September 2018.
Educational Policies Consistent With Emotion Coaching
Preston Park Primary School
"We are safe, happy and kind at Preston ParkWe ignite a love of learning that will last a lifetime. We are curious learners confident to take risks. We are world changers!
Supporting Adults to Develop Emotion Coaching in Schools
This evaluation report examined a project carried out in an ethnically diverse cluster of schools in London: a secondary school and its
5 feeder primary schools. The aim of the project was to support the development of pupil social, emotional and mental health through adult increased awareness, competency and use of Emotion Coaching as part of the school day. Emotion Coaching provided a structure for staff to operationalise or know "how to do" relationships with pupils in their everyday encounters with them. These ongoing relationships benefited pupil emotional development. The training supported both staff and pupil intra-and inter-personal emotional competencies and relationships: adult-pupil and pupil-pupil relationships and communication were enhanced".
Licette Gus, Educational Psychologist and co-founder of Emotion Coaching UK, May, 2018
Helpful ideas when introducing Emotion Coaching as a whole school approach in Primary Schools
Implementation advice derived from a small scale survey by Licette Gus and Laura Meldrum-Carter (2016).