At Kingsley we have embraced Thrive, an initiative that provides emotional development for well-being and learning. Based in up-to-date neuroscience, Thrive allows emotional development needs to be addressed and this builds resilience and resourcefulness, decreases the risk of mental illness, reinvigorates learning provision and helps those young people who are at risk of underachieving to re-engage with learning.

In short, if a young person is having a tough time for whatever reason, Thrive can provide targeted and specific support in the form of one to one or small group intervention.

Kingsley has embraced the Thrive Approach across all key stages and it forms a core part of our pastoral care system. Our aim is to identify any pupil who is experiencing difficult life events and help them re-engage with life and learning through the Thrive Approach.

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