This year’s Forging New Connections conferences from Thrive takes a good look at some of the emotional challenges professionals face when working with children and young people. The conferences will inform you of the latest developments in neuroscience to enable you to understand the body-brain connection and give practical tools to help you regulate your … Continued
Refer a friend to one of our Licensed Practitioner courses and you will receive £10 off your CPD course or conference place. In addition, your friend will receive £100 off their Licensed Practitioner course (for courses starting before 31st July 2017, Thrive Open Access (PA) course bookings only). If you would like further information, please contact our … Continued
Prince Harry says the best teachers go beyond academic lessons and teach about resilience and compassion. “We will all face setbacks and challenges,” said Prince Harry, but teachers could help to prepare people for the “ups and downs” of later life. This is something we strongly believe in at Thrive. Read the full article, and … Continued
How can a school be judged “good” by Ofsted but “coasting” by the DfE, and face intervention from an RSC? Accountability is one of those terms that has become ubiquitous in the world of education. Read the full article here.
Across the UK we are facing the challenge of a critically low number of teachers, as thousands report leaving the profession – or plans to leave. BBC Education reported in October 2016 that 30% of 2010 intake will quit within five years, Schools Week reported that we are facing the highest number of teachers leaving … Continued
This month, one of our Thrive trainers, Fiona Jarman has been in touch to tell us all about a new space themed Thrive room in Banbury. William Morris Primary in Banbury is a small school with a big heart for the emotional well-being of the children and their community. The school’s vision is “Dare to … Continued
The world’s first professor of play is being sought by Cambridge University. The successful candidate will lead the University’s newly established Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development and Learning. Read the full article here.
It is a credit to teachers that they fill in the gaps to tackle intractable problems; it is not a credit to the system they work within that they must, writes one heads’ leader. Read the full article here.
Plans to “transform” attitudes to mental health, with a focus on children and young people, have been announced by Theresa May. Additional training for teachers, an extra £15m for community care, and improved support in the workplace were among measures announced by the PM. Mental health experts said more funding was needed to improve services. … Continued
Baroness Warnock, educationist and SEND pioneer, and Helen Fraser, former chief executive of the Girls’ Day School Trust, among those receiving gongs. Read the full article from TES here.