Rewriting the Writing Rule Book: Handwriting and High Learning Potential

As benign as pen and paper may appear to be, we have long since learned not to be fooled by the apparent innocence of the tree [...]

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. [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Emotional Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Emotional Overexcitability, tend to experience the world, and their emotions, with particularly great intensity. Whilst such intensity can [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Imaginational Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Imaginational Overexcitability, can have the most wonderfully wild imaginations and immense creativity, but they may also find their [...]

The Fabulous Flexi-Cat Diaries Coronavirus Special – Keep Calm…

Slightly Mad Mummy: Entry 3 Charting the fabulous (and fatiguing!) flexi-Fridays (and currently the rest of the week!) with my OE-rich* 8 year old (currently identifying [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Intellectual Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Intellectual Overexcitability, are highly curious and voracious in their pursuit of knowledge in their areas of interest. This [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Psychomotor Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Psychomotor Overexcitability, can be highly energetic, always on the go and may want to be constantly engaged in [...]

What Is Ofsted Looking For In Schools That Will Benefit Our Young People With High Learning Potential?

Ofsted is the inspection body for schools in England Back in March this year I wrote about Ofsted’s consultation on its proposed Education Inspection Framework and [...]

Flying High: Securing Levels 9-7 at GCSE by Joy Morgan, Parliament Hill School

Joy Morgan is the Specialist Leader of Education at Parliament Hill School, London.  Parliament Hill School received the Above and Beyond Awards Effective Provision in School [...]

Handwriting and High Learning Potential

From the Archive This article, outlining some of the handwriting problems that can affect children with high learning potential, has a particular focus on identifying [...]

2019-09-17T13:51:38+01:00September 2nd, 2019|Categories: Focus on Potential, From the Archive|Tags: , |
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