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It's Good to Talk - Parent Information Evening March 2023

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Zones of Regulation

At St. Peter's, we have introduced the Zones of Regualtion. Regulation of ourselves is the ability to focus our attention, control our emotions and manage our thinking, behaviour and feelings. The first step to self-regulation is to identify how our brain and body feels. There are four zones that help us with his, and they are called the Zones of Regulation! All zones and feelings are ok, but we make other people comfortable when we are in an expected zone at an expected time.

Blue Zone: Used to describe a low state of alertness. The Blue Zone is used to describe when one feels sad, tired, sick, or bored.

Green Zone: Used to describe the ideal state of alertness. A person may be described as calm, happy, focused, or content when he or she is in the Green Zone. The children feels a strong sense of internal control when in the Green Zone.

Yellow Zone: Used to describe a heightened state of alertness. A person may be experiencing stress, frustration, anxiety, excitement, silliness, or fear when in the Yellow Zone. The children’s energy is elevated yet he or she feels some sense of internal control in the Yellow Zone.

Red Zone: Used to describe an extremely heightened state of alertness. A person may be experiencing anger, rage, explosive behaviour, panic, extreme grief, terror, or elation when in the Red Zone and feels a loss of control.

Please view the PowerPoint linked below for further information about the Zones of Regulation.


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