Thrive at Town Field Primary
We are proud to be a school that is recognised for embracing the Thrive approach. Thrive is based on the latest neuroscience and attachment theories allowing us to create an individual intervention for each our children.
It helps us prepare children for life’s emotional ups and downs, teaching them the necessary life skills in order to thrive and learn! Thrive is an approach that everybody uses in school and is implemented into every lesson. We care for our children and want them to be happy, feel safe and thrive with their education.
What does it take to develop healthy, happy, confident children who are ready and open to learning? Recent advances in neuroscience, attachment theory and child development have provided some of the answers to this question.
The Thrive Approach draws on insights from these fields to provide a powerful way of working with children and young people that supports optimal social and emotional development. In addition, the Approach can equip you to work in a targeted way with children and young people who may have struggled with difficult life events to help them re-engage with life and learning.
At Town Field Primary we pride ourselves with the work we do with children. The Thrive approach is central to that and is developing across school at a rapid pace. We have developed systems and reflected on past and current practise to ensure that all children can ‘Thrive’.
We have a dedicated Thrive Centre, which caters for every child’s needs – which is equipped with resources and a highly motivated and skilled team, who have accessed the latest training, to ensure that children are supported in the best way possible to allow them to grow and be prosperous.
Thrive connects with every child and is a continuous programme of support that is available for every child in school at all times of the school day. Children are supported in class, in small groups and on a one to one basis to enable them to achieve their potential. Always allowing children to have a way to succeed or a way to move on and build on from past experiences, mistakes or difficult periods of their lives