Students come to school to learn, and those with a strong sense of well-being are more able to make the most of the opportunities available to them.
The Thrive approach is a way of assessing and supporting a student's emotional and social development. These assessments can then be used to provide personalised programmes for classes, groups and individuals. The information shared during Thrive sessions may be shared with others where it is believed that it may impact upon their safeguarding or well-being; and (only in cases where appropriate) notifying the child and/or carer of the information that was being shared, and why.
Where relevant, an initial assessment will be completed to enable Learning Mentors to identify particular strands to work on, such as how to have different opinions without falling out, or how to recognise when someone is unhappy or upset.
For further information on the Thrive approach please speak with Mrs R Cronin or Mrs L Strachan.