Training in the Midlands

We have some training sessions coming up to help you on your nurture journey and to help the children and young people in your setting. Training includes, learning how to set up a nurture group, using LEGO® to unlock children's interest in learning, finding out how to assess the wellbeing of the children and young people in your setting. You'll also be able learn skills to nurture the nurturers! 

The Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups

Overview:
On this course you'll find out what the practicalities are of setting up and running a nurture group – early years, primary and secondary. Get up-to-date research in attachment theory, neuroscience and child development and learning. Develop an in-depth understanding of the Boxall Profile and using it to refer children and young people, set targets and put in place practical strategies to support a smooth transition back into class.

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Nottingham 5/6 March & 30 April 2019
Birmingham 8/9 May & 25 June 2019

NurtureABC™ with LEGO®

Overview:
Nurture ABC™ (Aspire, Build, Connect) course will follow LEGO® Education’s 4C approach to learning and the facilitation approach, explore traditional uses to engage pupils with the curriculum. It will in addition look at problem solving, expression and exploration of emotions and stimulate the imagination of both the practitioners and pupils.

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Birmingham 28 February 2019
Birmingham 27 June 2019

The Boxall Profile and The Boxall Profile for Young People

Overview:
The Boxall Profile and The Boxall Profile for Young People are invaluable assessment tools for any staff working with vulnerable children and young people from early years through to secondary. They provide a framework for systematic assessment of those who may be struggling with a range of social, emotional and behavioural issues in a school, alternative provision or community context. 

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Birmingham 27 February 2019
Birmingham 26 June 2019

Wellbeing Toolkit 2 for Professionals

Overview:
Considering that staff in schools are now more likely to be in contact with children with mental health problems, it is of the utmost importance that they receive appropriate training. Wellbeing in schools is a fundamental prerequisite for healthy and productive quality teaching and learning.  Both children and teachers need to feel supported, fit and well to be inspired and inspiring.

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Birmingham 1 March 2019
Wilmslow 25 April 2019