Kent and Medway VRU has announced it has teamed up with inclusion charity nurtureuk to deliver its National Nurturing Schools programme.
The partnership will support 10 secondary schools with the aim of reducing the number of exclusions whilst creating an inclusive learning environment.
The programmes are intended to create a holistic approach to nurture in education and at home to allow pupils, parents and school staff to work together to create a culture where young people can thrive. The move into Kent and Medway follows nurtureuk’s success with a similar partnership they have been running with London’s VRU
Mark Powell, Kent and Medway Violence Reduction Unit lead, said: “We are really pleased to be working with nurtureuk as they have a record of delivering high quality work in schools that has transformed how young people are understood, and has helped young people to do well.”
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