Tag Archives: success

Growth Mindset: Where do we go now?

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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Under Starters Orders – Growth Mindset at the start of a new academic year

As a middle manager it is always tricky leading whole staff INSET, there is the possibility that after the one off day of input the content gets lost amongst the bigger school agenda. However the Mindset INSET has and always … Continue reading

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Failing Forwards – More on my mindset journey.

I think this image provides a pretty accurate metaphor for the work I am trying to do on Mindsets as I prepare for leading whole staff INSET this Friday! It’s strange that as I understand what it means to have … Continue reading

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Marginal Change Maximal Gain

We all know about how the British cycling team made a series of small changes to their training and processes in order to achieve great success in the Olympics. This is also reflected in Sir Clive Woodward’s approach to English … Continue reading

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