Thrive-Online

Thrive-OnlineTM (TOL) is a web-based profiling, action-planning and progress monitoring resource that underpins all Thrive practice. 

TOL provides a range of features that support the Thrive Approach including; wellbeing/social and emotional skills surveys, personalised pupil action plans and access to over 1,000 tailored interventions to use in the classroom. 

 

 

To date, more than 52,500 staff have received Thrive training in the UK and beyond, ensuring more than 644,000 children and young people have access to the Thrive Approach.

They are supported by more than 5,000 Licensed Practitioners and more than 10,000 staff, who use Thrive-Online for class or group screening.

Thrive helps children and young people feel safe, supported and ready to learn. Thrive has been providing training, tools and insights to organisations and individuals for over 25 years.

 

Discover the power of Thrive-Online

 

Identify social and emotional needs

Clearly and systematically identify the social and emotional needs of the children and young people you are working with

Conduct online profiling

Profile whole groups as well as individual pupils identified as having additional needs

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Create targeted action plans

Develop tailored action-plans for the individual or group, drawn from thousands of strategies and practical activities that support healthy social and emotional development

Measure and report progress

Monitor progress and adapt action plans to ensure the best outcome for each child or group

 

 

Join Thrive

The Thrive Approach is ideal for professionals working in education - individual schools, multi-academy trusts (MATs) and local authorities - as well as those in social care, the health care sector and those supporting families in the community.

Evidencing Thrive

Proving that Thrive works to improve outcomes for children can be crucial for settings under pressure to deliver results and to show the value of this investment. Thrive-Online enables you to gather and apply data relating to pupils’ social and emotional development in a number of ways:

  • Identify which classes have pupils who need an extra adult to provide support

  • Develop termly whole-class and one-to-one action plans

  • Link Thrive results to other measures, such as academic achievement, attendance or exclusions

  • Evaluate the impact of Pupil Premium and Early Years Funding by profiling and reviewing pupils with Thrive action plans

  • Demonstrate the impact of Thrive across the school or on specific groups, such as those not yet meeting age-related expectations

  • Provide evidence for reviews and funding for looked-after-children and Early Help Assessments, children with special educational needs and Education, Health and Care Plans

  • Provide impact data for different audiences, including parents, governors, local authorities, academy trust boards and Ofsted

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE IMPACT OF THRIVE

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