THRIVE uses best practice teaching and the science of Positive Psychology to help every member of our school community to THRIVE!

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Thrive Network2 months ago
Congrats to our 2020 PLAY Leaders. Training began at Langwarrin Primary. This amazing team of students will run games for junior students at lunch times to make sure the yard is a fun and safe space for everyone.
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Thrive Network2 months ago
This term, 13 students at EMC took part in creative street art projects. The aim of the two group projects were to support students to be engaged with the College community and help them develop life skills such as team work, scheduling, communication and completing a project under instruction. Students got to install artwork they can be proud of, in areas frequented by them and their friends. Working with renowned local street artist Sheldon Headspeath who was introduced to the EMC community by Taela Davis, along with other members of the Wellbeing Team and Principal Class team, students built confidence as the projects came together. Families and friends were invited to be part of the reveals, and it was so rewarding seeing the pride in the students when they realise what they have achieved.
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Thrive Network3 months ago
Last week at Woodlands Primary School we Lived our VALUES and RELATED well by celebrating World Kindness Day. Buddy grades 5A and FW celebrated the day by making kindness bag tags together, many thank-you notes were written and delivered, and everyone made an effort to celebrate the acts of kindness we see at Woodlands every day.
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Thrive Network3 months ago
Another THRIVE Room is all set up at Langwarrin Primary School!

Thanks to all the Langwarrin Primary school families for collecting Woolworths earn and learn stickers; we now have new tables, chairs, wobble stools and big comfy cushions in our new space.

Gaol from Woolworths Langwarrin came to visit our new room yesterday; she even brought us some fresh fruit to munch on to "Be Healthy!".
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Thrive Network4 months ago
There was a colour explosion at Langwarrin Park Primary school this week! Students, teachers and family and friends all cane along to “Be Healthy” and active and run for fun!
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Thrive Network4 months ago
Wow - what a night of such valuable information to know about keeping our children THRIVING! A big thanks to the student presenters from EMC, Bec from Headspace Frankston, the team from Frankston Youth Services, Kids Health and the wonderful musicians from EMC. Our well-being team and Sarah Roney for her presentation- teaching us to eat well, sleep well and think well and BE HEALTHY!
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