Our Greatest Glory – South African President Nelson Mandela highlighted the importance of learning and resilience when he once said “if our
Recently we were delivering a CPD session for teachers. As we were going to leave a storm started. Waiting for the rain to pass, one of the
We recently wrote a blog detailing some of the latest research that highlights the link between mindset and mental health. A significant part of
In our work with schools, it’s now commonplace for us to hear those in education talking about helping students (and staff) develop their
It’s not true that you only use 10% of your brain, nor can you categorise students by ‘learning styles’ – let’s cut this nonsense from classrooms
A recent study found that students’ minds were most likely to wander in class on Mondays and Fridays. Presumably, thoughts about the previous or
We’ve all had them: irrational thoughts that pop into our head without a moment’s notice. And just like that, in a flash, they can take hold.
We have all heard the phrase “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”. But is it true?