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Don't Be A Slave to Your Phone

We live in an age of distraction. A recent report found that there are now more mobile phones on the planet than people. The ability to

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The Morning of an Exam

When you’ve worked so hard revising, don’t leave the last few hours before entering the examination hall to chance. Here’s how to make sure
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How Not To Teach Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset is arguably one of the most popular psych theories in education. Teachers seemed to have widely embraced the concepts behind growth

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9 Ways to Manage Revision Stress

Revision time is one of the most stressful periods of year for students. This is true for many, both young and old. It was recently reported that

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6 Ways To Conquer Self-Doubt

 “Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win,by fearing to attempt”             - William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure

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Teenagers, Stress and Social Media

What we see online is not always what happens in real life. No-one is as happy as they seem on Facebook, as wise as they seem on twitter or as

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5 Ways to Maximise Revision Time

With exam time fast approaching, students, teachers and parents up and down the country are quickly feeling the strain and stress of it all. There

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Developing Excellence in Young Athletes

What separates elite athletes from the rest? Not all individuals that start sport at grass-roots level make it all the way to the top. The further

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The Language of Growth Mindset

How can we best help young people develop a growth mindset language? This question is currently being debated in psychology labs, staff-rooms and

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Fomo, Stress and Sleeplessness: Are Smartphones Bad For Students?

As with all technology, mobile phones can have their pros and cons,depending on how they are used. At their best, they can be useful tools for

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