This blog follows on from my previous one on growth mindset. All the resources and work I’ve used in relation to this can be found on this padlet. In that previous email I said that at my school we’d be focusing … Continue reading
Before reading this blog it may be useful to read my first blog on mindset from this time last year which is here. I have just completed the analysis of the mindset questionnaires that we repeated with our students this … Continue reading
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As we prepare to begin a new academic year our department focus will be on ensuring our feedback supports our focus of aspiring to excellence. As I explain in my earlier blogs this is rooted in developing a growth mindset … Continue reading
Students give feedback on their time spent in the prayer spaces. How important is it to provide our students with the time and space to think?