Answers to frequently asked questions about Thrive and the Thrive Approach.
Our mission is to help children and young people become more emotionally resilient and better placed to engage with life and learning.
We do this through our whole-school approach to wellbeing - proven to improve attendance, behaviour and attainment.
Thrive tools, training and evidence-based practices have been developed over 25 years for professionals working in education – individual nurseries and schools, multi-academy trusts (MATs), local authorities and diocese - as well as those in social care, the healthcare sector and supporting families in the community.
The Thrive journey to implementing the Approach throughout your setting starts by picking your preferred route to embedding Thrive. This can be done on the Join Thrive section.
Our team of regional Relationship Managers have an in-depth knowledge on Thrive schools and will be happy to assist you. Click here to find the Relationship Manager for your area and how to contact them.
No, Thrive is not a charity but a business. We believe this is vital to ensuring that Thrive is sustainable. As such, we invest heavily in supporting the latest research programmes, technological developments and evaluation of the impact the Thrive Approach has on children and young people, their settings and the wider community.
The Thrive journey to implementing the Approach throughout your setting starts by picking your preferred route to embedding Thrive. This can be done by picking your setting type on the Join Thrive section.
All Thrive training is delivered by our experienced Thrive trainers using a mix of live webinars, e-learning sessions and e-mentoring.
Yes you can complete Thrive training as an individual or part of an organisation. You do need to be working with children or young people on a regular basis and be able to carry out Thrive-Online assessments to pass the course. We recommend volunteering at a school if this is not possible in your current role.
We work predominantly through pre-schools and schools, but we recognise the vital role parents and carers play in the development of children and young people. In response to this need we have developed a dedicated training course to equip school based staff to work effectively with parents and carers.
Please contact the Marketing team (M&C@thriveapproach.com) with the details of your event.
Please contact Liz Parks, Thrive PR Officer here.
Apart from our free resources, we do not currently offer any resources outside of our training courses. As a Thrive Licensed Practitioner you are provided with comprehensive resources and support as well as a raft of activities and strategies on Thrive-Online.
You can order Thrive merchandise through the Members Area on our website. To access the Members Area, you will need to register with Thrive, if you haven’t already. Click here to create an account or log in.
Once you have access to the Members Area, click on the Resources tab, and type ‘order’ into the search bar. Select ‘Order form – English’ from the list of results. Instructions of what to do with the completed order form are included in the document.
You can also place your order over the phone by calling us on 01392 797555.
While it is important to understand the model behind the Thrive Approach, it is also important to understand the impact it has in practice for the healthy social and emotional development of children and young people.