Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Strong social and emotional skills allow us to thrive in life.

Social awareness, cooperating, helping other people, setting goals, and taking responsibility for oneself are important for maintaining healthy relationships and practicing self-care. People with strong skills in these areas get along better with their peers and are more likely to gain meaningful employment. Participants at Inspired who choose SEL can learn these skills so that they may build meaningful friendships and relationships, increase their independence and gain employment.



Identifying emotions, recognising strengths and needs, and developing a growth mindset


Managing emotions, controlling impulses, and setting goals

Social awareness

Seeing things from other people’s perspective, showing empathy, and appreciating diversity

Relationship Skills

Communication, cooperation, and conflict resolution

Responsible decision making

Positive risk taking and thinking about the consequences of personal behaviour