Children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH) often struggle to manage their emotions and behaviour and find it difficult to make and sustain relationships with adults and peers.
Children with SEMH may:
- become withdrawn or isolated
- display disruptive and uncooperative behaviour
- have temper tantrums
- have anxiety
These children often struggle to engage in a learning environment and benefit from additional support in achieving their potential.
SEMH does not have to be a life-long condition. With the right support children can move forward in their development and live successful and happy lives.