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Studying? 9 Scientifically Proven Ways to Supercharge Your Learning.
14th October, 2015

9 Scientifically Proven Ways to Get the Most Out of Study Time

For anyone in the thick of study, or about to be, science has been working hard and has found ways to help you get the most out of your study time, all backed by hefty research. Here’s how to study smarter, supercharge your learning and store the information away in your head so it’s ready to jump into your arms when you need it. 

Anxious Kids at School: How to Help Them Soar
14th July, 2015

Anxious Kids At School. How to Help Them Soar.

Kids are all so different and the world needs the brilliance that comes from every version of them. 

We can’t know what they’re capable of, not for a while anyway. Some kids will start unfolding their potential in a certain direction from early on. For others it will be much later. Sometimes it won’t happen until well through adolescence, early adulthood or later. What’s important is making sure they’re supported enough to find that spark and ignite it when they’re ready.

15th January, 2015

This Will Improve Academic Performance – But Our Schools Are Getting It Wrong.

An abundance of research has consistently demonstrated that a growth mindset – the belief that intelligence, ability and performance can all be improved with effort – will improve academic performance. The research is compelling.

Increasingly however, our schools are streaming students based on academic ability, a practiced steeped in the idea that ability and intelligence are fixed, and one that has been proven to undermine academic achievement.

9th January, 2015

Another Good Reason to Get Them Running Around

If exercise was a living breathing thing, it would have its own talk show for the stellar things it does.

Its importance to physical health has been long established but in recent decades, there has been an ever expanding body of research that has demonstrated the importance of exercise to mental health, particularly in terms of its ability to reduce stress and depression.

A Quick and Easy Way to Improve Exam Performance
27th February, 2014

Exam Performance: A Quick and Easy Way to Nail That Test

Generally, the best thing about sitting an exam is the ‘Push’ sign on the door on the way out.

Anxiety and exams tend to come as a package deal. (And if exam performance don’t make you anxious then most likely you’re way past caring/ too well prepared. In the case of the latter – a tilt of the hat to you.)

















Hey Warrior - A book about anxiety in children.