Inclusion by Design – Nurturing Minds: Building a Supportive School Culture

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Free for schools subscribed to our CPD package. This course covers essential aspects to create a supportive educational environment. Participants will delve into defining nurturing approaches, looking 6 principles of Nurture and understanding their positive impact on academic and emotional well-being.

Description

Emphasis is placed on effective communication, building strong relationships, and fostering inclusivity. Conflict resolution skills and the celebration of achievements and diversity are addressed, promoting a harmonious school culture. The training also explores practices for pupil and educator well-being, recognising the vital role of parental involvement and a look at how dedicated "nurture spaces" can have such positive outcomes for all. Professional development opportunities are highlighted, encouraging a continuous improvement mindset. The course concludes with participants developing actionable plans for implementing learned strategies in their unique school contexts, promoting a sustained nurturing approach.

 

Why should I attend?

Does your school want to cultivate a nurturing environment that goes beyond traditional education? By participating, staff will gain insights into effective communication, relationship building, and conflict resolution, fostering a positive culture. The training promotes inclusivity and celebrates diversity, ensuring that every student feels valued. Emphasising student and educator well-being, will equip schools with strategies for managing stress and creating supportive spaces. Parental involvement is underscored as a crucial component for success. The training also offers avenues for professional development, empowering staff to continuously enhance their skills. Ultimately, schools attending this training are better positioned to create a holistic, nurturing approach to education, positively impacting academic performance and the overall well-being of students and staff.

 

 

What will the course cover?

  • Introduction to Nurturing Approaches: Defining the concept of nurturing in an educational context and reviewing the "Six Principles of Nurture"
  • Effective Communication: Exploring communication strategies that promote understanding and empathy.
  • Building Strong Relationships: Discussing the importance of positive teacher-student relationships and sharing techniques
  • Creating Inclusive Environments: Sharing practices for accommodating various learning styles and needs to ensure all pupils feel valued and safe. 
  • Conflict Resolution: Emphasising the role of communication and empathy in resolving conflicts.
  • Celebrating Achievements and Diversity: Exploring ways to recognise and celebrate student achievements.
  • Well-being Practices: Introducing strategies for promoting mental and emotional well-being.
  • Parental Involvement: Highlighting the importance of involving parents in fostering a nurturing school culture.
  • Professional Development: Encouraging a culture of continuous improvement within the school community.
  • Action Planning: Guiding participants in developing action plans tailored to their school's unique context.

 

Who should attend?

 

  • Teacher
  • Teaching/Learning Support Assistant
  • Well-Being Leaders
  • Nurture Leaders
  • Behaviour Leaders

 

Cost:

Pay as you go - £65.00

Schools subscribed to our CPD package - £0.00

 

Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.

Please check your junk inbox if you do not receive your booking confirmation and ensure you mark the sender as safe to enable you to receive any further pre-course information or changes.

 

 

Contact information

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact joanna.kain@bdsip.co.uk. 

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk

 

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