"The pace was excellent. There was a good balance of knowledge, theory and practical examples" - Online Delegate
"Considering our training was delivered online over Zoom, I found it very informative and time and content very thoroughly covered at an appropriate pace. Our trainer was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions as well as allowing for group discussion. It has really motivated me and I feel much more ready to take on my new role as nurture teacher." - Online Delegate
Nurture Groups are founded on evidence-based practices and offer a short-term, inclusive, focused intervention that works in the long term. They consist in assessing social and emotional needs, and give the necessary help to remove the barriers to learning. Nurture Groups as an intervention have been working successfully for 50 years and have been praised, supported and recommended by organisations such as Ofsted, Estyn and HMIE.
The training course focuses on the theory of nurture and the significance of good practice.
- The relevance of early childhood experiences on the learning, development and wellbeing of children and young people;
- The significance of attachment theory and neuroscience for nurture practice;
- Consideration and reflection on how attachment theory and neuroscience underpin the six principles of nurture and nurture practice.
'The Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups' training course is credit rated by the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework (SCQF) at Level 8.
Upon submission and gaining at least a pass grade for their assignment, delegates who undertake the SCQF credit rated 'Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups' course will gain 13 SCQF points.
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