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PROJECT: Mobility of Pupils

TARGET GROUP: Primary School Students


As children begin primary school, there will be more expectations demanded from them for well-regulated and goal-directed behaviors, such as adhering to school regulations and listening to teachers. This requires the child to apply self-regulation skills, and inhibit behaviours that might impact their ability to participate in class. In order to develop friends, kids must start and maintain healthy relationships, or they may even need to use their interpersonal skills to resolve conflicts.


Five basic social and emotional competences have been identified by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) as being crucial building blocks for a child’s success in primary school.


The 5 competencies are:

  • Self-awareness
  • Self-management
  • Social Awareness
  • Relationships skills
  • Responsible decision-making


The child’s developmental stage should be taken into consideration while evaluating these five social-emotional skills. Early in their primary school years, children should display the following behaviors:

  • Be able to recognize emotions and display fundamental self-regulation skills when angry or terrified
  • Be a part of a group: share, listen, take turns, cooperate, negotiate disputes, be considerate and helpful; 
  • Initiate social interactions; 
  • Resolve interpersonal conflict without fighting (e.g., compromise); 
  • Show empathy towards their peers. 
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