We will update and amalgamate the guidelines on social and emotional wellbeing in primary education and social and emotional wellbeing in secondary education. This will require a new scope.
Evidence has been identified that indicates that these guidelines require updating. It was considered that the guidelines should be amalgamated so that commonalities and differences between interventions for children at different ages and life stages (for example at puberty) can be addressed, to provide recommendations around transition between primary and secondary education, and to reflect the evidence base, which includes populations that are of both primary and secondary school age.
This page was last updated: 21 December 2017