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STEPS

STEPS

S.T.E.P.S.

Skills for Thoughts, Emotions, People and Situations (S.T.E.P.S)

What is it?

S.T.E.P.S is a course packed with fun activities and problem solving – so there is hardly any writing!

What will I get out of it?

You will gain more tools to help you to be even better at managing your emotions and social skills.  

Tools

You also get a certificate at the end of the course to show that you have completed it!

When will I go?

You will go to S.T.E.P.S for one lesson a week.

Where is it?

It takes place in Claire Ciano's Classroom  

(Room 7).

Who will be there?

Claire and Xanthe lead the course and Kerstin Anderson is there to help.

How can I find out more?

Speak to Claire, Xanthe, Kerstin, Vaughan or Jo Chester if you would like to be on the course.

Or you can ask any member of staff for more details.

People

Things students have said about S.T.E.P.S:

“I would go again if I was asked to”.

“It was fun”.

“I think it helped me”.

Student View of the STEPS Program;

I'm JC and I'm here to tell you about the STEPS programme. The first question you may be asking is "what is STEPS?" Well, I'll tell you. STEPS (Skills for Thoughts, Emotions, People and Situations) is a learning programme that will give you skills that can help you in your social life, like learning ways to ignore outside distractions and getting a better understanding of your emotions (and controlling them). The activities that help you learn are very fun, and hardly any writing is done. We even got to watch a movie at the end!

What did I think of it? Well...uh, it was...I thought...it was fun... Of course, it wasn't perfect, some of my fellow classmates could be loud and exciteable at times, but I didn't find the course itself to be a problem. Oh, would I recommend it to other students? Of course! I believe this course has the potential to help many people in their social lives!

The School's holistic approach to pupils' care enables pupils to develop respect for themselves and others, and prepares them well for the future' (Ofsted Education 2016)

STEPS

S.T.E.P.S.

Skills for Thoughts, Emotions, People and Situations (S.T.E.P.S)

What is it?

S.T.E.P.S is a course packed with fun activities and problem solving – so there is hardly any writing!

What will I get out of it?

You will gain more tools to help you to be even better at managing your emotions and social skills.  

Tools

You also get a certificate at the end of the course to show that you have completed it!

When will I go?

You will go to S.T.E.P.S for one lesson a week.

Where is it?

It takes place in Claire Ciano's Classroom  

(Room 7).

Who will be there?

Claire and Xanthe lead the course and Kerstin Anderson is there to help.

How can I find out more?

Speak to Claire, Xanthe, Kerstin, Vaughan or Jo Chester if you would like to be on the course.

Or you can ask any member of staff for more details.

People

Things students have said about S.T.E.P.S:

“I would go again if I was asked to”.

“It was fun”.

“I think it helped me”.

Student View of the STEPS Program;

I'm JC and I'm here to tell you about the STEPS programme. The first question you may be asking is "what is STEPS?" Well, I'll tell you. STEPS (Skills for Thoughts, Emotions, People and Situations) is a learning programme that will give you skills that can help you in your social life, like learning ways to ignore outside distractions and getting a better understanding of your emotions (and controlling them). The activities that help you learn are very fun, and hardly any writing is done. We even got to watch a movie at the end!

What did I think of it? Well...uh, it was...I thought...it was fun... Of course, it wasn't perfect, some of my fellow classmates could be loud and exciteable at times, but I didn't find the course itself to be a problem. Oh, would I recommend it to other students? Of course! I believe this course has the potential to help many people in their social lives!

The School's holistic approach to pupils' care enables pupils to develop respect for themselves and others, and prepares them well for the future' (Ofsted Education 2016)