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7 things for students to do during the Christmas Holidays

Christmas and the new year are approaching fast, and the few weeks before term starts again are the ideal time to get a fresh start.

How can students

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The power of gratitude

Author William Arthur Ward once wrote that “feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it”.

This sentiment is

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5 ways sport can help struggling students

How can schools best help their struggling students outside of the classroom? More and more research is emerging that highlights numerous ways

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A-Z cognitive psychology terms you should know

Cognitive psychology is playing an ever increasing role in both education and sport. But psychological terms often sound complicated, which can put

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4 misconceptions about metacognition

Put simply, metacognition is the ability to critically analyse and monitor the way we think. As the concept of metacognition has grown in popularity

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What we learnt at the KGS Growth Mindset conference

7th November 2018 marked a very exciting day for InnerDrive, as we had the pleasure of hosting our very own Growth Mindset conference in

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What does hard work look like?

As the great Basketball coach John Wooden once said “Success travels in the company of very hard work. There is no trick, no easy way”.

Students

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How the world views teenagers

Let’s start with a quick experiment. When I say the word ‘teenager’ to you, what three words come to mind?

Recently researchers ran a similar

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