Each month we turn the spotlight on one area related to embedding Social Emotional Learning in schools. This month we’re looking at Self-Control, which is an important component of SEL. When children learn and develop strategies to practice self-control, it enables them to be able to plan and evaluate alternative actions, rather than responding to impulses as they arise. This in turn enables better thinking skills and relationship building. Read our latest blog to find out more about how we teach self-control, and what this looks like in a school setting.