HLP Parenting: Wellbeing for Carers

Key Points for Parental Wellbeing Prioritise your emotional and physical health. Do not feel guilty if you need a break. Ensure your child is safely cared for and take some time for yourself. Find healthy ways to de-stress that work for you. Eat and sleep well. Seek out a support network of like-minded families at [...]

2019-03-05T10:52:04+00:00March 5th, 2019|Categories: Focus on Potential, HLP Parenting|Tags: , , , |

Ball Games, Pets and Crisp Packets! – Crafty Up-Cycling and Easy Re-Using

Sports When you look in your cupboard, do you have a pile of things like old football boots, tennis balls or dance costumes? Do you get told off for letting them fall all over the floor but not wanting to throw them away? Here’s a challenge for you! –Think of several places where they might [...]

Inspirational Figures: For Dual or Multiple Exceptional Learners – Millie Bobby Brown

10% of High Learning Potential (HLP) children face significant personal hurdles, according to the most recent government statistics analysed by Potential Plus UK. These HLP learners are gifted, yet experience one or more special educational need or disability. Hence, they are often identified with the terms 'Dual or Multiple Exceptionality' (DME) or 'Twice Exceptional' (2e). [...]

Domino Art – Activities and Facts about this Fascinating Craze!

What is Moving, Clicking, Exciting Domino Art?  Domino Artists from around the world take part in Domino Shows with people who love creating domino structures as a hobby. They stand up domino ‘tiles’ of all colours in a carefully planned order and make exciting patterns -or ‘Art’. When the whole pattern is ready, the first domino [...]

Inspirational Figures: For Dual or Multiple Exceptional Learners – Ellie Simmonds, Stephen Wiltshire and Kim Peek

10% of High Learning Potential (HLP) children face significant personal hurdles, according to the most recent government statistics analysed by Potential Plus UK. These HLP learners are gifted, yet experience one or more special educational need or disability. Hence, they are often identified with the terms 'Dual or Multiple Exceptionality' (DME) or 'Twice Exceptional' (2e). [...]

Peter Rabbit and Beatrix Potter – Active Learning with the Skills Builder Framework

Decades before Harry came to Britain, there lived another Potter with magical talent; author, illustrator, botanist and conservationist, Beatrix Potter! Harness the popularity of the Peter Rabbit movie with activities to inspire every high potential learner. Demonstrate Skills Building (www.skillsbuilder.org) by discovering Potter 'Staying Positive' in the face of sexism, 'Aiming high' and using her [...]

Do You Agree?

"Dogs are better than cats!" "Maths is brilliant!" "You watch too much TV!" -Hmmmm...do you agree? Every day there will be times when you don't agree with a friend – or even with someone on television. However, if you can listen, explain and learn, then you will see that there is no need to fight, [...]

2018-09-07T14:19:06+00:00May 30th, 2018|Categories: Focus on Potential|Tags: , , , , |

Labyrinths For All Learners

Bring calm and focus to every learning area with a labyrinth. Use 'lateral thinking' skills to tailor a journey for a High Learning Potential (HLP) child. For centuries, labyrinthine wisdom has been used in many cultures as a tool for focus, meditation and prayer. Today, this wisdom can be combined with modern Thinking Skills into [...]

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