The benefits of Thrive

The Thrive Approach has evolved over the last 25 years, providing those who work with children and young people with the knowledge, skills and tools to optimise social and emotional development, focusing on the relationship with the child or young person.

Thrive not only benefits the children and young people, but those working with them and the wider community.

Benefit One

Experience the personal and professional rewards of helping children and young people to regulate their own behaviour and learn about their emotions.

Benefit Two

Reduce exclusions and improve attendance and achievement levels by helping children and young people to engage with education.

Benefit Three

Strengthen links with parents and carers by offering Family Thrive courses to ensure a joined-up approach to supporting children and young people’s emotional and social needs.

For the individual, Thrive allows you to achieve the recognised status of Thrive Licensed Pracitioner, as a result of completing training courses, improving your practice and helping you to develop a network of like-minded professionals to inspire and support you.

Thrive events such as conferences and local networking meetings mean that your training will stay current, with plenty of opportunities to gain insights into new developments. Making a real difference to the lives of children and young people is a rewarding and fulfilling process that improves their outcomes by helping them to become more confident, happy and emotionally intelligent.

Taking part in Thrive training involves going on a personal journey that will help you to identify and respond to your own needs as well as those of colleagues, friends and family. Understanding your own patterns will help you develop resilience yourself in order to better support children and young people.

How can Thrive transform your setting?

Making a real difference to the lives of children and young people is a rewarding and fulfilling process that improves their outcomes by helping them to become more confident, happy and emotionally intelligent.

Taking part in Thrive training involves going on a personal journey that will help you to identify and respond to your own needs as well as those of colleagues, friends and family. Understanding your own patterns will help you develop resilience yourself in order to better support children and young people.

For your organisation, having Thrive-trained professionals will result in noticeable improvements in children’s behaviour, meaning that they can engage better with learning and reach attainment targets.

Exclusions are reduced, allowing children to reach their potential and fully participate in the curriculum. Settings that have embedded Thrive across their organisation report increased staff morale and well-being, with senior leaders able to focus on strategic decision-making, rather than on reactive behaviour management.

In addition, there are financial advantages to schools that align themselves with other Thrive settings. Because Thrive has courses designed for families, it also helps to strengthen the relationship between parents/carers and schools so that pupils benefit from a consistent approach to relationships and communication.

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