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.
In this 2-hour webinar for early years, primary and secondary school staff, former teacher, coach and author, Amy Sayer, shines a light on the challenges of dealing with the symptoms of the menopause while working in a school and suggests tried-and-tested ways to navigate them.
In this 2-hour webinar, Early Years Director and Behaviour Lead, Tamsin Grimmer, will help you to guide young children to become better at regulating their own emotions. So that they feel safe, secure, and ready to learn and your setting becomes a calmer place.
Discover actionable strategies and effective techniques to support children to manage their worry and anxiety. This session is packed with guidance - engaging, inspiring, warm and humorous.
Discover actionable strategies and effective techniques to support young people to manage their worry and anxiety. This session is packed with guidance - engaging, inspiring, warm and humorous.
In this two-hour webinar, Lisa Cherry explores how you can support children who may be struggling in today’s uncertain and chaotic world.
The diagnosis of a neurodiverse condition can help adults better understand children’s needs and the specific support they require. However, reaching this conclusion isn’t always straightforward and can be a long and challenging process. In this 2-hour webinar, Independent Consultant, former Headteacher and Youth Justice Board member, Sharon Gray OBE, explores how you can support children and young people, whether they have a diagnosis or not.
"I have been absolutely blown away by how much we have been able to achieve in such a short space of time"
Samantha Gaymond, Headteacher of Stocksbridge Junior School, in Sheffield
"We are saving money on teaching assistants because pupils are able to regulate their own emotions and they don’t need as much support to help them. The school is also spending less time dealing with behaviour issues and exclusions."
Elizabeth Benjeddi, headteacher of South Green Junior School, in Essex
"Thrive has given us a common approach and a common language."
Kirsten McKechnie, headteacher of Bentley New Village Primary School, in Doncaster