Apps, Screen Use and Balance for Young People with High Learning Potential

Should you encourage your high learning potential (HLP) youngster to use meaningful apps – or to put down their gadgets? The latest research is contradictory but [...]

Grand Ideas for Garden Games

As the weather gets warmer and the school holidays progress, social distancing means that we can’t go as far as we usually might to take advantage [...]

Developing Thinking Skills Through Board Games

Despite the millions of apps and video games that invade our everyday lives, board games (also known as tabletop games) are making a comeback to the [...]

HLP Parenting: “Can’t Cope?” – Try Nurturing A Growth Mindset

We all sometimes wail “I CAN’T cope!”, “I am at the END of my patience!”, or “I AM A FAILURE in the face of a child [...]

10 Questions about Mindset and High Learning Potential

How to Understand Fixed Mindset and Encourage Growth Mindset in High Potential Learners The buzzwords ‘growth mindset’ and ‘fixed mindset’ have caused a stir since 2006, [...]

Inspirational Figures: Remarkable Women in STEM

Where is your place in centuries of STEM? All of these individuals are remarkable and span three centuries of Science leading to…today’s STEM-obsessed or Arts/Humanities-focused youngster! [...]

5 Ways to Offset Climate Angst

From ‘Party Bags’ to Psychology  Climate change concerns are now being brought into the daily lives of young children. With demonstrations actively seeking the involvement of [...]

Tips For Dealing With Back To School Emotions

Now that we’re into the new school year, are there any issues unsettling your child? They Don’t Want to Get Up and Get Ready Is the [...]

2020-05-12T10:50:22+01:00September 17th, 2019|Categories: Focus on Potential, Wellbeing|Tags: , , , |

Surviving the Start of Secondary School

Joining secondary school is a major event and, with the autumn term beckoning, it’s possible that you will have mixed emotions about it. Whether you’re a [...]

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 [...]

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