Our Webinars

We offer a range of webinars, to help teaching professionals develop a nurturing
approach to their work, which better supports the social and emotional wellbeing of the
pupils in their care. We offer both live and prerecorded webinars:

 

  • Pre-recorded Webinars. Our platform based pre-recorded webinars provide you with invaluable information covering a variety of topics in bite size chucks. The webinar is accessible for 28 days and suitable for individual or group completion to support a flexible and efficient approach to in house learning.
  • Live webinars. Our live webinars provide you with support for assignment completion for the Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups course and applications for the National Nurturing Schools and the Marjorie Boxall Quality Mark Awards. Each webinar is presented by a nurtureuk professional and we give you the opportunity to ask questions in our live question and answer session.
Teacher reading book to a group of primary school children

Are you ready to apply for the National Nurturing Schools Award?

This webinar is for first time applications only.

Male teacher talking to high school pupils in an art class

Re-accreditation for the National Nurturing Schools Award: Are you ready to apply?

This webinar is for re-accreditation only.

Group of secondary school children gardening

Are you ready to apply for the Marjorie Boxall Quality Mark Award?

This webinar is for first time applications and re-accreditation.

A girl eating food whilst sat at a table with friends

Snack Time Bundle

This bundle includes a pre-recorded webinar and digital copies of the Snack Time publication and Nurture Recipe Book.

Teacher in workshop with group of secondary school students

Top tips for assignment completion

This webinar covers the Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups assignment.

A group of school children and a female teacher playing games in the classroom

Are you ready to submit your assignment?

This webinar covers the Theory and Practice of Nurture Groups assignment.

School children doing gardening at school

Key components for effective nurture group provision