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Whatever improvements they are making in children’s lives, schools are under pressure to provide clear data to evidence their outcomes.
Thrive-Online enables you to gather and apply data relating to pupils’ social and emotional development in a range of ways to help you meet your needs.
Transform your approach to student wellbeing
Understanding how the brain develops creates unique opportunities to support children and young people as they grow. The Thrive Approach helps you seize these opportunities, offering a specific way of working with all students that helps to develop their social and emotional wellbeing.
Explore simple strategies that will make a lasting difference
As a Thrive Licensed Practitioner, you will be equipped with a deep, practical knowledge of Thrive and the underpinning theory and skills required to meet the social and emotional needs of the children and young people you work with.
You will learn about the developmental journey children go on as they grow, including the stages of social and emotional development and how the brain changes at each stage. You will explore the role of the arts, play and creativity in supporting the needs of young people and develop strategies for building supportive relationships.Find out more
Work in a targeted way with children and young people
Using Thrive-Online, our web-based profiling and action-planning tool, you will be able to identify areas of missed learning and put together relevant strategies and action plans that will support development and help students re-engage with life and learning.Find out more
Choose from a broad programme of courses to suit your needs
These short courses run throughout the year and are designed to deepen your knowledge of the Thrive Approach and inspire you with ideas and strategies to take back to your setting. Topics include change and loss, connecting with animals and nature, stress and anxiety and preventing bullying.
Features that would benefit educators
Increase you students’ chances of success
Understanding how the brain develops during childhood and adolescence presents incredible opportunities to help young people learn. Seizing these opportunities, and meeting their developmental needs at the right time, can help every student become more resilient, open to learning and able to thrive.
A strategic approach to embedding Thrive
Designed for Heads, Deputies, Assistant Heads, Governors, and senior and middle leaders with responsibility for pastoral support, safeguarding, special education needs and SEMH curriculum, our Thrive Approach for Senior Leaders courses will provide a strategic perspective on the Thrive Approach.
You will explore how best to develop and whole-setting wellbeing programme while upskilling your team with the latest thinking around emotional resilience and engaging young people with their learning.Find out more
Chart the progress of both individuals and groups over time
Thrive-Online enables your colleagues to clearly and systematically identify the social and emotional development needs of the children and young people in your setting.
The system can be used to report progress at individual, group, whole-school and multi-school level. These reports can also be used in conjunction with typical school attainment measures to evidence the difference Thrive is making within your setting.Find out more
Ensure practice is relevant and up to date
To maintain Licensed Practitioner status, and to ensure their practice is as relevant and up to date as possible, practitioners must accrue 10 CPD points per year. Points can be gained by attending one of our Continuing Professional Development courses. These short training sessions are run throughout the year and are designed to deepen delegates' knowledge of the Thrive Approach and inspire them with new ideas to take back to their settings.
Topics include change and loss, connecting with animals and nature, stress and anxiety, and preventing bullying.