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Designed to improve behaviour and raise self-esteem, this scheme of work can be used with mixed age and ability groups. Flexible and modular, it comes with a full facilitator’s guide and teaching notes.

Please contact us on 01249 409001 if you encounter any problems downloading.

Mendip Inclusion Project, Somerset currently provides outreach work to schools to support pupils at risk of exclusion. They have been using Discovering Me and say:

– I find the resources helpful to students in progressing their thinking about owning their behaviour.
– I have experienced students having fun with the resources and the ideas. Students who have successfully accessed the positive reflective thinking have shown improvements in attendance avoiding exclusion.
– In schools where the lessons have been used there appears to be a genuine interest from staff.
– As a teacher I find the ideas interesting to deliver and the interaction makes a stimulating lesson.

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Discovering Me is ideal for small units needing an effective emotional literacy programme to use over a number of weeks. Designed to improve behaviour and raise self esteem, the programme is an adapted version of our core programme It’s OK Being Me. Flexible and modular, it can be used with mixed age and ability groups and comes with a full facilitator’s guide, teaching notes and materials.

Included in this download:

  • Comprehensive 12 module scheme of work with 60 activities
  • Full teaching notes and materials for each module
  • Full facilitator’s teaching guide
  • Covers 5 key domains of Emotional Intelligence
  • Flexible and easy-to-use in mixed ability groups
  • Teacher training and support available.

For more information on teacher induction and training click here, or contact Alex on 01249 409001 or [email protected]

Student will learn:

  • To empathise
  • To make a positive contribution
  • To consider social and moral dilemmas and resist pressure to do wrong
  • To deal positively with the strength of their feelings in different situations
  • To enjoy positive and constructive relationships
  • To participate in teams
  • To take responsibility for themselves and their learning
  • To recognise when others need help and how to support them
  • To communicate confidently with their peers and adults
  • To be able to give and receive constructive feedback and praise


“I love seeing the light bulbs go on when they recognise themselves.”
Deputy Head, Emotional Literacy Centre

“Now I can imagine I can go back to my old school and be a normal kid.”
David, Year 9

“OFSTED has graded my school as Outstanding and one contributory factor towards this is the use of this wonderful EI programme. Our pupils are showing real empathy and tolerance towards each other for the first time.”
Trystan Williams, Head Teacher

“It’s helped sort of with our work because when you get in there you’re not arguing because we used to like have a go at each other but now doing EI we’ve grown up and we don’t argue like we used to and we help each other if we get stuck and stuff.
Year 9 student

“I see how much more tolerant you are of one another and I think its made a huge difference to many of you.”

“We have seen massive improvements. For you to sit here and give the feedback you’ve given today it shows how far you have come. The feedback you’ve given has been fantastic and it makes me proud to see you can do it.”

“If the whole world did this the world would be a lot more safer and people would get on well. There wouldn’t be as much fighting in the world as there is now.”
Year 8 student