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How Homeschooling Benefits Children’s Overall Well-Being

Advertorial, written by Wolsey Hall, Oxford. A recent survey conducted by homeschooling provider, Wolsey Hall Oxford revealed that 91% of parents [...]

Arjun’s Story – “I Don’t Know!”

Arjun is a bright child but lacks confidence in his abilities, is a perfectionist, hates to be put on the spot and to [...]

Lily-Mae’s Story – Bright but Struggling

Lily-Mae* is a bright, curious, happy, confident child who is struggling at school. Discover more about her frustrations with handwriting and asynchronous development. [...]

Ten Tips for Making Your Fundraising Challenge a Success! – Stephen Ramsden

Stephen Ramsden is the chair of Potential Plus UK’s Trustees. He rather rashly offered to undertake our first Challenge55 – setting himself the challenge of cycling [...]

2022-09-27T15:09:05+01:00September 27th, 2022|Categories: Challenges, Events, Focus on Potential, Fundraising|Tags: , , , |

What Are You Reading This Summer? The Summer Reading Challenge 2022 is Here!

Potential Plus UK’s Summer Reading Challenge is open to everyone aged 18 and under The Challenge Read and review five books you have chosen as a [...]

2022-06-23T16:53:22+01:00June 23rd, 2022|Categories: Challenges, Focus on Potential|Tags: , |

Bullying and Children with High Learning Potential by CBT Therapist, Tony Freeman

In 15 years of treating gifted children (also known as children with high learning potential / high ability / more able), I have seen the unique [...]

2022-04-26T10:48:32+01:00April 26th, 2022|Categories: Focus on Potential, High Learning Potential, Wellbeing|Tags: , , |

Worrying Times – A Resource Round-Up for Real-World Anxieties

In these worrying and unpredictable times, many of our children and young people are, sadly, struggling to cope. The years usually set aside for pre-school socialising, [...]

Supporting Your Child with Dual or Multiple Exceptionality at Home

The term dual or multiple exceptionality (DME) is used in the UK to describe individuals who have both a special educational need/ disability/ neurodiversity/ mental health [...]

Too Busy, Too Bright, Too Loud… I Just Can’t Concentrate! by Mariza Ferreira

How to Help THIS Child in the Classroom In this occasional series by Paediatric Occupational Therapist Mariza Ferreira, we consider some of the sensory, motor [...]

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