Thrive wins global EdTech awards

16th December 2022 | Blogs

Digital Education Awards 2022

Thrive has been named global winner of the Digital Health and Wellbeing Learning Product of the Year Award and the Gold Award at the 2022 Digital Education Awards.

The Awards recognise the best digital people, products and platforms that are driving quality education and lifelong learning across the world. Of the 79 that applied from 16 countries around the world, 33 were shortlisted and 11 were chosen as winners by a board of international experts from all aspects of the EdTech industry.

As well as being recognised as Digital Health and Wellbeing Learning Product of the Year, Thrive received the Gold Award, which is given to the overall winner across the categories.

Why Thrive?

For over 25 years Thrive’s unique approach to wellbeing has been proven to make a positive impact on children and young people’s learning and lives.

Thrive offers training, online assessments, and expert strategies for working with pupils to improve attendance, behaviour and attainment (as well as supporting staff wellbeing).

To date, over 50,000 staff in 2,800 schools and settings have received Thrive training, ensuring that more than 600,000 children and young people aged 0-25 have access to the Thrive Approach.

Digital Education Awards class of 2022

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