THRIVE supports children with their emotional health, wellbeing and social skills, all of which are needed to enable learning to take place. Children cannot always put their needs into words, but the way children behave can tell us a lot about how they are feeling. For some children there may be an obvious reason why they need extra support. This might be due to bereavement, family break down or an identified medical condition such as ADHD. For others, there may not be any obvious trigger as to why they are finding some aspects of school and/or home life difficult
The THRIVE Approach draws on the latest research from current neuroscience, recent attachment research, current studies of effective learning and current models of child development, in order to help us to understand the needs being signalled by children’s behaviour. We at Woodlands have embraced this approach, all staff are Thrive aware and are supported by two THRIVE Practitioners.
Working with parents and class teams, our THRIVE practitioners carry out assessments to identify a child’s social, emotional and behavioural needs which help us to build an Action Plan of targeted strategies and activities to help children re-engage with learning and life.
If you would like further information on The THRIVE Approach, please go to: www.thethriveapproach.co.uk
Alternatively, you can speak to our schools THRIVE practitioners