“Play represents one of the key components of our brain’s emotional, social and motor development during early years, childhood, and beyond. It has been established by neuroscience that play is associated with neuroplasticity, and that this ability of the brain to shape and change itself is central to our development. “ – The Thrive Approach.
We are incredibly proud of our Thrive Lead Amanda Thompson, who has been published in a recent The Thrive Approach article on the importance of play for teenagers in educational settings, particularly for young people with SEMH needs.
The complete magazine has been sent to Primary and Secondary Schools up and down the country.