Join Thrive in conversation and collaboration with experts in education, mental health and wellbeing. Expect frank conversations and lightbulb moments about the topics most important to you.

You don’t have to use Thrive to attend a keynote - everyone is very welcome. We’re frequently adding new sessions, so keep a look out for new speakers throughout the year.


Our upcoming keynote sessions

Keynote: Helping secondary pupils to manage exam stress

Amy Sayer teaches you how to implement effective techniques to support pupils with their mental health in the run up to exams.

Keynote: Talking to pupils and their families about trans+

Ian Timbrell will explore concepts and practice around trans+ identities including gender nonconformity and transgender identities to ensure that pupils are supported and safeguarded.

Keynote: Sex, Likes and Social Media: Talking to Teens in the Digital Age

Allison Havey explores how educators can inform and educate young people about mutual respect and mutual consent, whilst navigating the complexities of social media and online platforms.

Keynote: Closing the disadvantage gap: We need to talk about Jason

In this 2-hour webinar for primary and secondary staff, Jean Gross suggests effective techniques to close the attainment gap between disadvantaged children and their peers, whilst also promoting their wellbeing.

Keynote: Boosting confidence, resilience and self-esteem

Lorraine Lee shares actionable strategies and effective techniques to support pupils to become more confident and resilient, with increased levels of self-esteem so that they are better-equipped to cope.

Keynote: How to weave the Thrive Approach into the primary school curriculum in England

Explore simple quick and easy strategies to help you embed Thrive into the primary curriculum in England.

Keynote: Coping with violence and aggression in schools

In this 2-hour webinar, staff from primary and secondary school settings will discover actionable strategies and effective techniques to help de-escalate situations where children and young people are showing aggression.



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