Read how Thrive has given senior leaders at Holy Trinity and St John’s CoE Primary School an understanding of behaviour as communication of unmet need. This has resulted in calmer, less disruptive classrooms and staff who feel supported and equipped to handle behaviour challenges.
Ysgol Pen-y-Bryn has held a celebration of mental health which was attended by the Lord Mayor of Swansea Cllr Graham Thomas, Mike Hedges MS for Swansea East and senior local authority members to mark its achievement in becoming a Thrive School of Excellence.
Read how Feltham Young Offenders Institute adapted the Thrive Approach to work in the youth justice system.
Hear apprentices share their experience.
How we help children’s learning recover from the impact of the pandemic is a major concern for every educator, and all of us here at Supporting Education Group. That’s why we’re proud that SEG business EdPlace has added to our understanding of learning strategies and...
Struggling to support SEND pupils in your mainstream classroom? This case study shows how a Year 4 teacher successfully adapted their lessons for two children with Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy.
Training that unpicked the neuroscience behind behaviour – how Thrive has made a difference to this nursery school
Read how the Thrive Approach has helped this nursery to be praised by Ofsted for its calm environment
Lainesmead Primary School and Nursery has held a celebration of mental wellbeing which was attended by children, senior local authority staff and councillors as well as South Swindon MP Sir Robert Buckland to mark its achievement in becoming a Thrive® School of Excellence.