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THRIVE Parent Portal
The THRIVE Approach Parent Portal is free. The toolkit provides information and animation explaining the different, age-related stages of a child’s social and emotional development. Short films showing two families sharing the impact this knowledge of Thrive has had on them. Hints and tips for looking after yourselves. Carefully selected, age-appropriate strategies and activities for you to try with your children at home. It is a facility for you to expand and personalise the toolkit for you and your children.
THRIVE Parent Community Group
The community group is to support parents and carers, and anyone else interested in supporting children and young people through the Covid-19 pandemic, we launched a public Facebook group filled with Thrive strategies and activities, as well as links to resources from other organisations and the sharing of ideas and thoughts.

Anyone with an interest in the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people is welcome to join this community group.

The THRIVE Approach
The THRIVE Approach. Grounded in established neuroscience, attachment theory and child development, the Thrive Approach has been developed over the past 25 years and draws on a wealth of experience in social work, psychotherapy and education. As a result of implementing the Thrive Approach, children and young people are better placed to engage with their learning and with life.

Educational Resources

Do2learn provides thousands of free pages with social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills. 
Engineering challenges for home
The James Dyson Foundation engineers have designed these challenges specifically for children. Ideal for home or in the classroom, they encourage inquisitive young minds to get excited about engineering.
PSHE education begins with a well-planned programme. Our curriculum guidance section brings together the advice you need to develop your PSHE curriculum, and our invaluable resource library offers high-quality resources to help you put your plans into practice — from planning frameworks to detailed lesson plans. The resources here are either developed by the Association or quality assured by us against best practice criteria.
Human Rights
Human rights provide a common language of mutual respect that has a vital role in drawing us together and building stronger communities and schools. Human Rights in the Secondary School is a comprehensive pack of eight Amnesty lesson plans full of exciting and innovative ways to teach human rights that aim to show that human rights matter wherever you live and wherever you’re from.
CrashCourse -Educational YouTube Channel
CrashCourse was created by author John Green, this YouTube channel provides crash courses in physics, philosophy, games, economics, U.S. government and politics, astronomy, anatomy & physiology, world history, computer science, biology, literature, ecology, chemistry, psychology, U.S. history and more.

Wellbeing & Lifestyle Resources

Lets Get Cooking!
Our guides to everything from getting started if you’ve never cooked before, to involving the whole family in making a tasty meal.


Cooking on a budget
Let’s get cooking have put together an easy to follow guide about cooking on a budget. It’s easy to assume it’s more expensive to cook healthy meals from scratch than buy ready meals or takeaways. But we’ve proved that theory wrong time and time again.
Cooking with children of different ages
Top tips for cooking with young children, older children and teenagers.

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