Whole Staff training

Explore a range of group training sessions that can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your school or setting.

Help your team discover the principles and language of the Thrive Approach and learn how to embed Thrive as a whole-school initiative. This training will teach staff simple strategies to reduce pupils’ anxiety, improve their wellbeing and enhance their ability to learn.

 

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Thrive Whole-School Induction (Early Years)

Equip all your staff with the fundamental concepts and language of Thrive as you start or refresh your Thrive journey.

Whole Staff Training 1/2 Day Top-Up (Childhood)

A further half-day training course for all the staff in your school, to help them support the social and emotional development of all children.

Whole Staff Training Day (Childhood)

A one-day training course for all the staff in your school, introducing them to how they can support the social and emotional development of all children.

Whole Staff Training Day Top-Up (Childhood)

A further one-day training course for all the staff in your school, to help them support the social and emotional development of all children.

Whole Staff Training Day (Adolescence)

One-day training course for all the staff in your school, introducing them to how they can support the social and emotional development of all young people.

Thrive Whole-School Induction (Childhood)

Equip all your staff with the fundamental concepts and language of Thrive as you start or refresh your Thrive journey.

Thrive Whole-School Induction (Adolescence)

Equip all your staff with the fundamental concepts and language of Thrive as you start or refresh your Thrive journey.

Keynote: How to Support your Own Mental Health and Wellbeing at School

Come hear from Amy Sayer, teacher, writer and Mental Health First Aider, as she explores techniques and tools you can use to improve your own mental health and wellbeing in a school setting.

Keynote: Understanding Neurodiversity in the Early Years

Come hear Kerry Murphy, an early childhood specialist, author and lecturer, explore the link between neurodiversity and wellbeing. Kerry’s keynote will help you challenge the deficit narratives about children whose development doesn't follow a typical pathway and provide you with insight into how to support these children to become self advocates.

Keynote: Q&A for the Busy SENDCO with Gary Aubin

In this live, 2-hour Q&A for primary and secondary school settings, delegates have an opportunity to put their questions directly to Gary Aubin, Head of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities for a Multi Academy Trust and author of The Lone SENDCO: a Handbook of 300 questions and answers for the busy SENDCO.

Keynote: Welcomes and departures: Why they matter more than we think

This 2-hour keynote with Dr Suzanne Zeedyk will give attendees from all settings a chance to consider transitional moments in more depth. How can we support young children in their early years to feel secure in parting from parents? How can we welcome primary children into a school building without causing a cortisol spike, and what happens if adolescents are given a personal welcome into every single class throughout their day?

 

 

 

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