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It's been suggested by language therapist that I set up a nurture group in my reception class to help support a child with language and social skills delays. He's already in a small 'work' group with children at a similar level, but this doesn't seem to be helping with his communication - he is very reluctant to contribute. Anyone have any tips as to what I should be aiming for from a nurture group? I am concerned about level of adult input I will need to give this if it is to be successful - only me, Nursery Nurse and P/T TA for 40 children!

All advice gratefully received!

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Hi Suem and welcome to the forum :D

I would have thought a ten minute session each day with the nurture group, led by an adult, to engage in activities requiring talk e.g. discussing a picture or a story, sharing news, describing a hidden object etc etc.

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