An Introduction to the Thrive Approach to help every child access learning.
About this course
Current brain science shows that for many young people in school, their stress management, emotional regulation and seeking/exploring systems are not yet sufficiently developed for them to access learning. The Thrive Approach has been developed to address these needs. It equips staff to see and understand behaviour as communication and it gives them the tools and techniques to support the emotional and social development needed to access learning.
This live webinar is designed for anyone interested in learning more about Thrive, including teachers, teaching assistants and staff responsible for pastoral support and special educational needs.
Please note each attendee will be required to register. Register in advance for this meeting:
The session will provide an overview of the key elements of Thrive, including:
- An introduction to the theory and concepts of Thrive and how it can be used as a whole-school, right-time approach to supporting children and young people in their settings.
- Demonstration of Thrive-Online, our profiling, action-planning and progress monitoring tool.
- An overview of Thrive training for senior leaders, key support staff and the wider staff team.
- Insights into the impact Thrive has on promoting mental wellbeing and helping to prevent mental health issues.
After attending the session, we hope you will take advantage of our current Thrive subscription offer to start your Thrive journey.
Subscription gives you:
- Thrive-Online: bespoke group and individual profiling, action planning and progress monitoring system
- The Thrive Approach for Senior Leaders course, providing the strategic perspective
- Licensed Practitioner training for key support staff
- Thrive Together program for whole school induction
- Exclusive access to hundreds of tools and resources through a dedicated web portal
- Dedicated support from a local Relationship Manager
As a leading provider of tools and training that promote wellbeing and help to prevent mental health issues, Thrive is already working with professionals and parents to support nearly 500,000 children and young people across the UK, Australia, NZ and beyond. Students can be supported in school and in the home. They become more open to learning as they discover how to manage themselves, behaviour improves and attendance increases.
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