Drawing on the work of South Rise Primary School, Jo Corrigan considers what makes nurture group provision successful, the impact it has on children and their families, and offers advice for schools. Not all children are ready to meet the social and intellectual demands of school life. Research shows that a child is able to learn best when they have strong self-esteem, a sense of belonging and resilience. Nurture groups offer a short-term focused intervention which addresses barriers to learning arising from social or emotional difficulties. The groups are small, structured teaching groups for children showing signs of behavioural, social or emotional difficulties, particularly those who are experiencing disruption or distress outside school. There are now more than 1, schools with nurture provision in the UK, offering opportunities to experience the early nurturing experiences that some children have not had.
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Last week I discussed the effectiveness of Sex Education and the need for further research in order to validate the claim that it causes no negative psychological effects. Following in the same topic area of discussing the effectiveness of subjects and services provided in early education; this week will be discussing the effectiveness of Nurture Groups, and the evidence based research predictions for its future. Nurture Group NG is an intervention strategy designed to support pupils who have emotional, behavioural, and social problems. NG are not a part of the National Curriculum, but they are based in pre-school, primary, and secondary school settings thorough the UK; however not all schools have NG due to a variety of reasons, primarily due to lack of funding Colley,
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In light of the growing number of marketplace Christians in the congregation and the lack of relevant nurture materials targeting this group of believers, the author being a local church pastor desires to investigate their needs and the effective approach for the spiritual nurture of their company small groups for witnessing and transformation in the marketplace. The research methods include literature review on various definitions of spirituality as well as church spiritual traditions and practices, the basis of evangelical spiritual theology and Christian books for the marketplace workers. Quantitative analysis of the result of survey questionnaires collected from the participants of church weekly white collars gospel luncheons was conducted and the results were used for identifying the Bible study topics to be explored in the group leader manual. The materials prepared for the manual was tested out in a pilot small group and feedback was collected to improve and refine the materials.
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