The 5 impressive statistics you probably didn't know about Thrive

18th September 2022| Blogs


Did you know that Thrive is the wellbeing provider of choice for over 2,600 settings? Or that we’ve been renowned for helping senior leaders and classroom workers to boost attendance, behaviour and attainment for over 25 years?

Underpinned by neuroscience, attachment theory and child development research, you've been telling us that engaged learners, reduced exclusions, resilient young people and improved staff morale have been among the top benefits of adopting the Thrive Approach.

  • Provider of choice for 2,600+ settings

  • Boosting wellbeing for 25+ years

  • 644,000+  young people's lives impacted

  • 52,000 supportive members 

  • Support from birth to 25 years old 


And it doesn't stop there!

With your cutting-edge profiling and assessment tool, Thrive-Online, enabling you to diagnose, address and track the social and emotional needs of young people, together we've impacted the lives of over 644,000 young people. From 0 to 25!

Were you aware that when we're not supporting 52,000+ other community members to unlock pupils' full potential by boosting wellbeing, we're holding daily, zero-obligation Discovery Calls with existing settings curious about which Thrive training programme or journey to embrace next?

Check in on next steps with your regional expert 

Designed to fit in around your schedule, these free 30-minute conversations via Teams give you a chance to have your questions about any future training answered, decide which path to take next, and identify if you qualify for a £1,200 DfE grant to spend in your setting?


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