Project based Learning
The Nurture room is designed to be a bridge between home and school. A place where children can feel safe and secure.
The group will be kept small, no more than 6 students, its composition is carefully thought out to create a balanced and functional group. The purpose is to offer students opportunities to revisit early learning skills and promote and support social and emotional development. Students are considered for the Nurture group dependent on the individual needs .
Students will follow a structure and routine which includes group listening and speaking, work tasks, individual and shared play, social skills group sessions. The students will have the opportunity to share good news, explore thoughts and feelings and work collaboratively on practical tasks.
Students will work with new peers regularly encouraging cooperation and confidence. Within the sessions, opportunities are tailored to meet the needs of the particular group and age range. Outdoor learning is a key part of the sessions. Children will learn how to prepare snacks together and the opportunity to try new foods is offered on a daily basis, allowing them to cook their own snacks, encouraging effective communication with each other and to learn and share new experiences .
The Nurture group will boost confidence and self esteem and provide children with the extra help sometimes needed to improve social skills and independence for example
Build positive relationships
Giving students a chance to encourage a more positive profile amongst others
All this will help the students manage situations and increase their skills to become more successful learners