Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Developing social emotional skills is critical in building resilience in this ever-changing world.
Building our hearts for a safe and inclusive school.
We believe that developing social-emotional skills (SEL) is essential for students to achieve success in school, work and life. SEL lessons are integrated into the formal curriculum across Preschool, Primary and Secondary students.

The majority of our students are refugees who had to face difficult journeys. Our SEL team supports them in various ways:

Meet the team 

The committee compromise of representatives from each Eduction department
SEL Program Coordinator
SEL Program Developer 

Student workshops

Social and emotional competencies are the foundation for a healthy development of a child. 

Workshops are conducted to promote self-awareness, healthy relationships and responsibile decision-making for all students.
Teacher training
We believe in the value of ongoing professional learning through various approaches, such as interactive training sessions, Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), and self-paced learning modules.

Empowered teachers with social-emotional skills are able to build strong relationships with students, and create a safe and positive learning environment where students can grow and flourish.

Parent workshops

We believe that socioemotional development begins at home.

About Dignity

Our work began in 1998 in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur with only 20 students then. Dignity is now a learning centre with more than 2,300 children ranging from 2-19 years old.
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