Last Minute “Triple Lock” on ‘A’ Level Exam Results – A Comment

Potential Plus UK’s main concern with Ofqual’s exam procedure and standardisation model has always been the likelihood of a negative impact on high ability students from [...]

Going Back to School After Lockdown – Handling Anxiety by Cheryl Kennedy

Going back to school after such a long time away, especially in these strange times, is something that a lot of parents and children have been [...]

From Sixth Form to University by Daniel Dipper, Year 13

As a Year 13 student who went through the admissions process last year, I know that applying to university can be a serious challenge. What I [...]

Urgent Improvement Needed: How the Exam Process Will Wreck the Chances of Thousands by Daniel Dipper, Year 13.

“I and thousands of students in a similar position to me across the country can only hope that Ofqual will do what every student does after [...]

2020 Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge is Back! Potential Plus UK's Summer Reading Challenge is open to everyone aged 18 and under and is about going that bit [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Sensual Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Sensual Overexcitability, have a heightened awareness of one or all five senses: sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. [...]

Looking after your Mental Health in 2020 by Neera Dhingra, Parliament Hill School

Looking after our mental health, and the mental health of those around us, is more important than ever in 2020, as we live through tricky times [...]

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