We’re delighted to announce that Thrive has been shortlisted for two awards – including a prestigious international education prize.
We are shortlisted in the Best Product to Promote Wellbeing in the Gess Awards, which will be presented at a glittering event in Dubai on October 31. A few weeks earlier, we will be at the Mental Health and Wellbeing Wales event, in Cardiff on October 2, to find out if we have won the Best Wellbeing Product category.
Our entries for both awards focused on the combination of our high-quality training and Thrive-Online, our unique online wellbeing monitoring and improvement tool – which is helping 2,800 settings to improve attendance, attainment and behaviour.
“2023 has been an incredible year of awards success for Thrive with shortlistings and wins which have showcased the impact that our unique offer has on the lives of children and young people. Our entries for both of these latest awards focused on Thrive’s USP – a combination of high-quality training and the Thrive-Online wellbeing monitoring and improvement tool. Together, these are helping more than 2,800 settings to improve attendance, attainment and behaviour and it’s fantastic to be further recognised for this,” said Anna Smee, Thrive’s Managing Director.
These latest shortlistings follow a string of other successes including being a finalist in the Education Resource Awards, the Bett Awards, the Education Investor Awards and the Global EdTech Awards. At the end of last year, Thrive was named as the winner of the Digital Health and Wellbeing Learning Product of the Year Award and the overall Gold Award at the 2022 Digital Education Awards.