Oban Mini Meet: Nurturing approaches for your setting
Saturday 11 May

Who should attend? 

•This is an ideal event for education practitioners within any settingwho are new to the concept of nurture or for those with knowledge andexperience in nurture but would like a refresh.
•Any practitioner who has an interest in health and wellbeing, traumaand adverse childhood experiences who is looking for approaches tosupport children and young people within education settings.


This event will provide the opportunity to learn about implementing nurturing approaches across a school or early years setting. On the day there will be a detailed explanation of the six principles of nurture with particular reference to working in more rural and remote contexts, as well as time to discuss and share best practice.

Further to this, there will be information on the following areas:

  • Early life experiences and the longer term impact on learning anddevelopment
  • Attachment theory and classroom strategies
  • Introduction to the Boxall Profile*

All of this is underpinned by the six principles of nurture:

  • Children’s learning is understood developmentally
  • The classroom offers a safe base
  • The importance of nurture for the development of well being
  • Language is a vital means of communication
  • All behaviour is communication
  • The importance of transition in children’s lives


*Note this is not full training on how to use the Boxall Profile. There will also besignposting to further relevant resources and training.

The Corran Halls
54 The Esplanade
18 A Victoria Park Square
United Kingdom
Start time
9:30 pm
End time
3:30 pm
Phone: 02034758980
Email: gill@nurtureuk.org
Oban mini meet (Inc. VAT) £ 90.00