These virtual training courses for senior leaders cover the whole-school, right-time Thrive Approach to supporting wellbeing, preventing mental health issues and helping all children and young people access learning.
Training is designed to provide you with a strategic perspective to embed Thrive across a multi-academy trust or individual setting and to explain the role of Thrive-OnlineTM (TOL) for profiling, monitoring and progress-measuring.
This course, quality assured by the DfE, has been designed for Designated Senior Mental Health Leads to align with Public Health England’s eight principles for promoting children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing.
This new training course is for managers of nursery and pre-school settings working with very young children (aged from 0 to 5), who are looking to introduce a whole-setting approach to support their children's social and emotional development needs at this optimal time of rapid brain development.
This training course is for senior leaders of primary settings using the English curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2 with children aged 5 to 11. The focus is on a whole-school approach to support age-appropriate social and emotional development for every child.
This training is for senior leaders of secondary settings with students aged 11 to 18 at Key Stages 3 to 5. The focus is on how we can harness the opportunities presented at adolescence when young people experience a burst of neuronal growth to promote mental wellbeing and their ability to learn.
"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