Inner confidence, peer pressure & attitude all affect young people’s progress. Our sessions raise aspirations, help pupils embrace struggle, cope with setbacks & gives them the impetus to start believing in themselves. Those who choose to think in a growth mindset way, see their brain more like a ‘mental muscle’ and focus on gradual improvement rather than expecting immediate success. By recognising their capacity for growth, young people can persevere longer with more difficult tasks and are more willing to grasp new opportunities, in turn increasing their levels of classroom & extracurricular participation and developing higher expectations of themselves. Our goal is to improve attendance, resilience, time keeping, behaviour, classroom engagement & attitude to learning.
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