Support wellbeing to improve
pupil behaviour , teacher retention , classroom attendance and academic attainment




How does Thrive work?

Thrive offers a trauma-informed, whole school or setting approach to improving the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

You'll have access to DfE-accredited training and an award-winning assessment and action planning tool, Thrive-Online. Thrive's training courses and Thrive-Online help you understand the needs of your pupils, provide targeted support, and measure (then report on) your impact.

Ready to join the 75,000+ senior leaders and classroom staff, boosting young people’s self-awareness and resilience every day? You're in the right place.


Ready to prioritise pupil & staff wellbeing? Discover how we can help.


Early Years

Transitions are being managed effectively and children are settling quickly at Cullompton pre-school in Devon.

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Schools & Academies

A complete non-attender is now accessing full time, mainstream education and choosing GCSE options at Birmingham's Fortis Academy.

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Special Schools

Across all 3 key stages, Leed's Elland Academy has seen an 80% reduction in exclusions and an increase in attendance.

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Multi Academy Trusts

31 schools across Delta Trust are reaping the benefits of teaching social and emotional skills to children and young people.

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Local Authorities

Surrey County Council has committed to supporting its early years providers to give children the best possible start in education.

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International Schools

10 schools in Australasia have adopted Thrive to improve learning engagement and boost staff retention.

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"Buy now" short courses

Easy-to-access, 'click-to-buy' training courses designed to support pupils' emotional wellbeing straight away. 

"Thrive's highly credited course has motivated me to make small changes that will go a long way."

Louise Gorman. SENCO, Co-op Childcare

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Your whole school or setting approach

In line with Public Health England's 8 principles of a whole school approach, create a culture and environment where pupils (and staff) can thrive.

"Thrive is the golden thread that runs throughout our school."

Daisy Bailey. Headteacher, Manor Field Primary School

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Local Authorities, Trusts and Diocese

Give every child and young person an equitable chance. Build in-house capacity in schools, save money and measure the impact of boosting resilience. 

"Thrive has allowed us to offer bespoke support to vulnerable learners."

Jade Busby. SEMH Lead & Previously Looked After Children Advisor, Worcester Virtual School

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International schools

Improve behaviour, attendance and learning outcomes by embracing a relational approach with children and young people. 

"It's not a stretch to say that the training has the potential to be life changing."

Sarah Woolley. Senior Teacher. Gumdale State School, Australia 

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Our impact on children & young people

Improving attendance, behaviour and attainment for over 25 years.



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