Nurture Groups in Schools
Principles and Practice
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Unique in its field, the second edition of this respected book continues to underpin teaching in a positive, structured, and proactive manner. Sylvia Lucas revises and expands on the original work of Marjorie Boxall. It includes:
- A new chapter on nurture groups and pedagogy, child development theories and brain research.
- Updated examples such as the Every Child Matters agenda, an inclusive curriculum and schools′ responses, ′and a practitioner′s physical contact with the child
- A Case study from an international Nurture Group
Written in an accessible style this book will be useful to school managers, SENCOs, educational psychologists and teachers and therapists in specialist settings.
Marjorie Boxall originated the concept of nurture groups and was a founding member of the Nurture Group Network. The NGN runs accredited courses at Cambridge University, Leicester University and London University.
Sylvia Lucas is a founding member of the Nurture Group Network and now coordinates the work of the University CPD Group. She undertakes a range of consultancy in primary practice and school leadership both in the UK and abroad.
|ISBNs||9781849204194, 9781849204194, 9781446244227, 1446244229|
|Number of Pages||256|