University of Bath Research Project

“Emerging data shows statistically significant differences in observations about the emotional and behavioural presentation of children, pre and post intervention.”

Professor Richard Joiner, Head of Department, University of Bath, Department of Psychology
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SEMH Intervention Evidence-Base Hamish & Milo University of Bath

How do we support children to manage in a learning context when they are struggling with their social and emotional development and mental health?

How do we support children to express, understand and be able to regulate their feelings and experiences in order to manage in the learning environment and how do we equip the SEN and pastoral adults to feel confident to support the children in their care who have mental health and behaviour needs in a system where external services are stretched? This report covers:

  • The context and current climate for children’s emotional and mental wellbeing
  • Whole school culture and how to ensure wellbeing is central through policy and practice
  • The vital need for qualitative and targeted intervention that centres around social and emotional development and acquisition of skills for life and learning

  • Emerging statistical data on the impact of the Hamish & Milo programmes

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