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 [...]

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 [...]

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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 [...]

Supporting High Potential Learners During Home Learning – Encouraging Thinking Skills

This blog series covers several ways to support high learning potential children during home learning by making it more challenging, increasing motivation or developing thinking skills. [...]

Supporting High Potential Learners During Home Learning – Supporting Motivation

This blog series covers several ways to support high learning potential children during home learning by making it more challenging, increasing motivation or developing thinking skills. [...]

Supporting High Potential Learners During Home Learning – Making Learning More Challenging

Are you worried that your child finds their schoolwork too easy? Or that they are not motivated to try at tasks? Could this be a good [...]

Adjusting to Life in 2020 – Routines for Positive Self-Care by Joy Morgan, Parliament Hill School

Everyone is adjusting to the rapidly changing landscape of our lives. Familiar routines are changing radically, and it is only natural to be affected, fearful and [...]

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