Meeting the Education Endowment Foundation's '6 recommendations for improving behaviour in schools' as well as guidance from the Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition's 'Behaviour and Mental Health in Schools' report, this course equips you with a toolkit of simple-yet-powerful tips and techniques that will help all pupils to feel safe and focus on their learning - while supporting you to protect your own wellbeing.
By the end of the course, you will have a good understanding of behaviour and the different categories we can use to identify behaviours.
You will be equipped with simple tips, tools and techniques to positively manage behaviour in the classroom using a shame-sensitive, non-judgemental approach contributing to creating the culture and environment that facilitate emotional health and wellbeing.
If you're a Thrive Licensed Practitioner, this course will build on your knowledge of the different types of behaviour and equip you with strategies to positively manage them in the classroom. You'll also earn 10 CPD points.
Ideal for teachers, support staff, ITT students and senior or middle leaders with responsibility for pastoral support, behaviour, safeguarding, special educational needs and the SEMH curriculum.
The course is highly recommended for schools new to Thrive, as well as those looking for further guidance on embedding the Approach as a whole-school programme to support wellbeing.
For schools that would like to commission a face-to-face training session, there is a flat rate charge of £450 per trainer per day (or part thereof) plus VAT.
Please note prices are for courses starting on or after 1 September 2023.
Understanding how the brain develops during childhood enables educators to support pupils more effectively as they grow.
Grounded in insights from established neuroscience, attachment theory and child development, the Thrive Approach will provide you and your staff with essential knowledge of how children develop so that you can meet the social and emotional needs of all your pupils.
‘How to handle disruptive classroom behaviour’ course will equip you with the knowledge and understanding you need to support behaviours you see from children and young people. This includes information about the latest thinking on different types of behaviour and how these can manifest into persistent low level disruptive behaviours in the classroom.
Meeting the Education Endowment Foundation's (EEF) '6 recommendations for improving behaviour in schools' as well as advice from the Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition's (CYPMHC) 'Behaviour and Mental Health in Schools' report, this course provides guidance on how to build Thrive strategies into the everyday curriculum, routines and structures within your school, and advice on how to create a culture that facilitates the wellbeing of both pupils and staff.
The intensive virtual training will introduce you to the Thrive Approach, give you a clear understanding of behaviour, and show you how to apply simple changes within your classroom to reduce incidences. In addition, the sessions will demonstrate how you can use Thrive-Online, our profiling and action-planning tool, to identify strategies and action plans that will meet their needs. In particular, you will learn how you can use the monitoring and measuring features of Thrive-Online to evaluate the impact of Thrive, while also helping you to target resources where they are needed most.
The course is structured into two virtual training sessions, each three hours long: