Early Learning Resources PSED resources (Personal Social and Emotional Development)


A collection of resources designed to help children develop their emotional intelligence and to help with discussions and activities relating to Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED)

This section features amongst other things – a collection of emotions resources as well as some anti-bullying resources and our ever popular ‘Superhero Rules’ poster. These resources aim to help children build positive relationships and self-confidence as well as manage their feelings and behaviour. 

You may also want to take a look at our SEN section for related resources. 


High Quality, Low Cost. Mud Kitchens

Visit The Early Learning Shop

‘How do you feel today?’ Posters

‘Our Achievements’ SEAL Display poster

A Guide To Successful ‘Settling’ In Your Nursery


Anti Bullying Football Poster

Anti Bullying Poster

Anti-Bullying Posters

Cerificate Collection

Editable Attendance Certificates

Editable Emotion Labels

Editable Friendship Poster

Editable PSED Speech Bubbles

Editable Punctuality Certificates


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