For a school, becoming more socially and emotional sensitive is not a set of policies and procedures, it's a top-down culture where you are supporting a variety of children with an array of different backgrounds to become successful by tweaking your approach.

Our recent case study tells a narrative about how one trauma-informed setting puts the focus on looking at their children's social and emotional needs so barriers to learning can be reduced and academic achievement can be supported.  Nurture Learning, who have recently moved into their new premises in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, use Fagus to put social and emotional functioning at the core of what they do.

The below quotation is taken from the case study and hits the nail on the head.

If  you want to learn more about Nurture Learning's approach, you can read the full case study here.