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Metacognition and High Potential Learners

Metacognitive skills and self-regulation are being promoted in many schools at present, and rightly so. The Education Endowment Foundation’s research and analysis, chiming with findings across [...]

2020-09-16T17:00:27+01:00September 16th, 2020|Categories: Focus on Potential, High Learning Potential, Schools|Tags: , , |

Emotional Intelligence and High Learning Potential

Whilst there is a common acceptance of the importance of academic aptitude when it comes to life chances, it is by no means the only kind [...]

Do You Have What it Takes to be a Super STEM Spin Doctor?

You’ve probably heard the joke “What did Watson and Crick discover? Rosalind Franklin’s notes.”? Well, at the risk of party-pooperdom by picking apart a brilliant one-liner, [...]

Art: Adding Extra Colour to the High Potential Learner’s World

Art is a brilliant “think-outside-of-the-box” subject. It promotes different ways of thinking; something which is perfect for children with high learning potential. While some children may [...]

How to Kick-Start Motivation

It is a myth that high potential learners are always motivated. True, their drive and enthusiasm can be powerful; however, when motivation wanes, how can they [...]

Research, Study and Revision Inspiration: Maximising A Child’s Learning Outcomes

As children grow older, they develop their ability to research independently. Knowing how to research effectively gives children with high learning potential a head start in [...]

2020-06-02T10:55:04+01:00June 2nd, 2020|Categories: Focus on Potential, Schools|Tags: , , , |

Co-Planning Learning at Parliament Hill School

This blog on co-planning learning has been written by Denise and Sophia, pupils at Parliament Hill School in London. It accompanies advice sheet S14 Empowering High [...]

Curiouser and Curiouser – Activities to Encourage Curiosity

Challenge the high learning potential brain to be inquisitive, happy and flourishing. What hobbies, facts or experiences intrigue your young person? Use these as a springboard [...]

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