Social-emotional learning is the process through which an individual acquires and applies knowledge and skills to develop a healthy identity and includes emotional regulation, empathy and interpersonal skills. Social-Emotional Learning has emerged as a powerful framework to foster essential skills, attitudes, and values in K-12 classrooms. It aims to help students better understand their thoughts and emotions, to become more self-aware, and to develop more empathy for others within their community and the world around

According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (2003), the goal of an SEL program is to foster the development of five interrelated sets of cognitive, affective, and behavioural competencies: self- awareness, self- management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.


Self-Awareness is simply the ability to be aware of one's inner life–one's emotions, thoughts, behaviors, values, preferences, goals, strengths, challenges, attitudes and mindsets, for example we are practicing Meri Pratigya a short term writing goal in which students pledge what they want to achieve and what they want to improve in the one- month period and review on the same date of the next month.


Self-management is the ability to regulate emotions and behaviors so that goals are achieved, for example every student in our school is maintaining his reading record, we help our students to use technology to the best for example making their own calendar by using Google calendar and using Google Notes to write their notes.

Social Awareness

Social awareness is the ability to understand what others are feeling and have the understanding to take their perspective, for example: to awaken the students as a responsible citizen being the future of the country we run the campaign like Cutting Pani, say no to Aluminium Foil, Say No to Plastic Bag, Conservation of Water Bodies and many more.

Relationship Skills

Children need to be able to form positive social relationships, work together, and deal effectively with conflict, for these students are made to work together in groups, for example: with the help of plethora of sports facilities and different clubs in our school we help our students to build relationship skills. It encourages teamwork, communication, and trust. Students learn to work together towards a common goal, communicate effectively, and trust each other to perform their roles. Additionally, it helps students to develop empathy, respect, and sportsmanship.

Responsible Decision-Making

When young children learn to make positive choices about their personal and social behavior, they are making responsible decisions, for example: we have different clubs for the student like Ujwala Club which creates awareness, educate, nurture and inculcate a culture of innovation in the students and enable them to create new ideas and become more innovative.


Social-emotional skills are essential for the personal and academic growth of students. By investing in SEL, we invest in the overall development of our students, laying the groundwork for a brighter future. By inculcating social- emotional learning into the curriculum and classroom activities, teachers can help students develop these skills like confident, resilient, and successful individuals. By prioritizing social-emotional skills, we can create a more supportive and inclusive learning environment that benefits everyone around them.