SEJ For Education

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The SEJ for Education

Educational settings are today tasked not only with educating students, but with improving mental health, empowering our young people, supporting parents and meeting educators needs. We know that it is not always easy to support everyone involved in maintaining the balance between achieving high academic achievement for the students, and overall happiness and wellbeing for all within the setting.

The mental health crisis in our classrooms is ever growing, with children and young people experiencing poor mental health. This in turn creates one of the biggest challenges facing educators today, often resulting in a ripple effect of poor mental health for both educators and students. Complex issues such as a lack of funding, availability of specially trained staff, and access to Emotional Wellbeing Services, to name just a few, all amount to an uphill climb; a climb educational settings are consistently being asked to make.

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The SEJ for Education

We know as educators your focus is, and should be on educating the student, and we all know that a happy student is easier to educate, and therefore better able to reach their full potential. So how do we ensure a happy student in the classroom? This is where the SEJ comes in.

The SEJ is taught to both students and educators, and can also be made accessible to all setting staff and parents/carers. It is a process that is easily integrated into a teacher’s existing teaching style that supports not only the student but also how the teacher interacts with the student. Our simple, easy to use SEJ process provides immediate benefit and results in the moment. It has been used successfully within schools and universities, businesses, organisations, and healthcare for over 24 years.

The SEJ is an innovative, evidence based wellness process, designed to ensure everyone in the setting reach their full potential.

Our easy to use process delivered online or in person, can be applied immediately, with continued support delivered through online resources easily accessible to all.

Presentation by Dr. Howard-Kishi at Kingston University under the theme of compassionate and inclusive pedagogy. The presentation summarises the integration of the SEJ into the Professional and Academic skills module for the Level 3 Foundation students.

What does this event cover?

  • How I (a lecturer in HEI) discovered the SEJ and why I was interested in integrating the SEJ into the curriculum.
  • What are the mental health issues students face today?
  • The issues facing the students in accessing mental health services.
  • How did the SEJ address these issues of access to mental health services?
  • What is the SEJ and how it can support the mental health of students.
  • Reasons for integrating the SEJ as an embedded transferable skill.
  • Why the level 3 Foundation students were chosen.
  • How was the SEJ delivered?
  • How the impact of the SEJ was measured as an ethically approved project.
  • The main findings of the research under 3 key themes.
  • How the SEJ proved to be 100% successful in supporting students during transition to HEI.
  • Testimonials from students.
  • Summary of the presentation and next steps for the SEJ in education.

Kingston University provides independent research and data on the SEJ

 

Kingston University, looking to support students during their transition to university chose to integrate the SEJ into the curriculum. Over a two year period data was collected to prove the effectiveness of the SEJ Process, enabling students to reach their full potential, show resilience, and become self empowered.

The pie chart  above shows the feedback from the most recent cohort indicating the 3 greatest areas of concern for students which the SEJ gave 100% improvement in.

 

The research data shows a 100% success rate in improving students’ experiences of student life, addressing successfully stressful thoughts and areas of concern after learning and practicing the SEJ Process.

This is based upon students who fully partook in the survey.

Student / Educator Benefits

  • Prevents mental health issues from developing
  • Addresses ongoing mental health issues
  • Improved physical health
  • Prompts changes in perception
  • Prompts positive behaviour
  • Positive changes in emotional wellbeing
  • Able to reach their full potential
  • Able to work cohesively
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Ability to become self-reliant, self-motivated and resilient
  • Improved self-awareness and confidence
  • Develops emotional intelligence
  • Promotes self-responsibility
  • Develops enquiry based learning / reflection
  • Reduces barriers in seeking support
  • Develops employability / soft skills / adaptability
  • Fosters collaborative learning / teaching

Settings Benefits

  • Happy and engaged Students/Pupils
  • Improvement in academic achievements
  • Supports early intervention
  • Reduces external referrals
  • Provide a productive and life-enhancing environment for educators, students/pupils
  • Address student absenteeism 
  • Addresses staff turnover
  • Addresses financial aspects of the setting
  • Supports in cohesion and inclusion at all levels of the setting
  • Supports government guidelines and legislation
  • Improved class room behaviour (less dropouts, suspensions, detentions)
  • Reduces attainment gap

Membership Plans

Our membership plans are designed to support Educational Settings of all sizes and budgets. We offer an all in one Training and Membership Plan for educators or a Bespoke Plan for students and/or educators to suit your settings requirements.

Standard Plan

The Standard Plan is a combined training and membership plan, providing immediate access to the core SEJ training modules and resources.

Combined Training and Membership Plan:

Training includes:

  • 5 On-demand SEJ training modules

Membership Plan includes:

  • 6 months unlimited access to training modules for the staff members
  • 6 months live support for up to 10 staff members per week via our Live On-line SEJ Practice Workshops
  • 6 months unlimited access to online resources
  • FREE newsletters, and updates
  • Facebook support group available
  • Normal price £3999.  Introductory price £999

Normal price £3999

Introductory price £999

Bespoke Plan

Educators and Setting Staff

A bespoke plan is ideal for settings looking for CPD’s, Training, a Mental Health Package or Wellbeing events. With a tailored plan which can include the core SEJ Training Modules plus additional live or on-demand training modules specific to your settings requirements.

Students

A bespoke plan is required if you wish students at the setting to learn the SEJ Process,  integrated into the curriculum through PSHE lessons or Professional and Academic Skills. The SEJ  can also be offered through Extra Curricular, Extended Studies, or Personal Development Studies.

A FREE consultation is available on request where a representative will discuss your setting’s requirements.

For more information or to request your FREE Consultation contact us.

Your Consultant will discuss the Plans available, what they include, and how we can best serve your setting.

Contact us today for a FREE Consultation or for more information

    Latest News

    Here you will find links to all our latest blogs and articles on the SEJ For Education

    Our blogs and latest news links will provide you with a range of resources to enable you to understand how the SEJ can meet the needs of your setting. This will include information on supporting your setting to reach its goals and vision, supporting students and educators to reach their full potential, student / educator well being and addressing mental health concerns within the setting.

    What people say...

    • “Children learn to manage their own feelings and reactions and to communicate in a way that is healthy. The transformation in children has in many cases – been remarkable!”

       

      DEPUTY HEAD TEACHER
    • “…A simple easy to use process that enabled me to support all my students in reaching their full potential…, over the last 15 years I have had considerable success with the SEJ, including recently working with students suffering with the effects of exam stress.”

      PASTORAL TUTOR AT A UNIVERSITY
    • “…an amazing, valuable and essential resource in supporting us with vulnerable pupils and enabling us to provide early intervention…, has enabled pupils to develop strategies and resilience to cope with issues that are causing anxiety in their emotional lives.”

      PRIMARY SCHOOL SENCO
    • “Doing the SEJ worksheet made me address all the stress I had that I didn’t even realise were there and helped me cope and make peace with them. I felt like I was ready to revise again and when it came to doing my exam on Monday, I didn’t feel the horrible sense of anxiety that I normally do. It was truly a beneficial experience that will help me through uni and even work life.”

      UNDERGRADUATE FINAL YEAR STUDENT
    • “This is my first year and honestly, I am very impressed that Kingston University offers this module. I have watched the video and it was very helpful as I believe we really need this! Mental health is so important especially in these new circumstances!”

      UNDERGRADUATE FIRST YEAR STUDENT
    • “Jacqueline and the Process have undoubtedly helped me feel the most in control of my mind and mental health in my life. Her sessions were full of joy and really helped me cut straight to the core of why I carried out certain patterns of behaviour and thought. I feel completely renewed and ready to take on life again!”

      UNDERGRADUATE 2ND YEAR UNIVERSITY STUDENT
    • “By the end of the SEJ worksheet I was smiling, and laughing at myself for my own thoughts, and I saw how this worksheet had changed my opinion on something so troubling to myself. It helped me get closure with the situation and motivated me to work at my goals.”

      UNDERGRADUATE THIRD YEAR STUDENT