The Thrive Approach, underpinned by the Thrive-Online program can help you look at the behaviour of the children in your care and get a better understanding of what is going for them.


  • Do you want your children to thrive?
  • Do you want to make sure that the children in your care get the best possible experiences at the right time to grow really healthy brains?
  • Are you keen to know how your children are developing in terms of their emotional and social skills?
  • Do you want to know how to be with them 1:1 or in a small group so that they become confident, capable and kind?
  • Are you concerned that some of your children may not be making the best of being with you or with other children?
  • Do you want to know what to do with the children who are not coping well?

Thrive-Online can help.

You can screen all of the children in a group and quickly see which ones might need a bit more help to develop some key emotional skills. You can choose from dozens of suggestions of things to do that are directly helpful to the development of their brains in these important years. You can find out what is going on for a child whose behaviour confuses or concerns you and you can get a simple plan of action to put in place the next time you are with the child. You can make the most of your time with the child to make sure she or he gets the development support they need.

It’s completely changed the behaviour of this child and the way he feels at school, I’ve been able to share with his mother and she’s so thankful & using strategies at home

Foundation teacher

I am hooked on Thrive techniques and have had the opportunity to see the benefits to children and their families. I wish I could have supported past children with some of the learnt strategies

Nursery Lead in a children’s centre

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