Thrive is a part of the Island School curriculum that focuses on a student’s wellbeing and their social and mental development growth.
A team of Thrive ambassadors produce newsletters which reinforces the topic that students covered in the classroom. Thrive also helps the development of core skills such as: collaboration and communication. It offers students a chance to take a break away with laptops and do something that does not have a measurable outcome, such as reading or playing. In Year 12 and 13 students are supported through the Higher Education process and prepared for life beyond school.
See the gallery of photo for example for Thrive Activities across the years.