Thrive provides the tools, skills and insights needed to help children become more emotionally resilient

As a result of implementing the Thrive Approach, children and young people are better placed to engage with their learning and with life.

The founders of Thrive have backgrounds in teaching, education, social work and psychotherapy. The Thrive Approach is underpinned by a robust framework of neuroscience, attachment theory and child development research.

Initially conceived as a way of tackling the issue of school exclusions, Thrive now offers a whole-setting approach to support the right-time social and emotional development of all children and young people.

The Thrive Approach consists of Thrive-Online, a web-based assessment and monitoring tool, and training. Thrive training focuses on the emotional needs of different age groups informed by established neuroscience and attachment research, as well as child development studies and research into risk and resilience factors.

Thrive HQ is based in Devon in the UK, with supporting offices in Melbourne Australia and Arrowtown, New Zealand. To date, more than 34,000 staff have received Thrive training, ensuring that around 400,000 children have access to the Thrive Approach, changing lives and increasing educational attainment levels.

Meet the team

The Thrive team are all committed to helping make a difference to the lives of children and young people. Many of the team have previously worked in settings that have embedded the Thrive Approach.

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