Nurturing the Social-Emotional Development of Gifted Children

From the Archive This article by former Potential Plus UK Education Consultant, Elaine Hook, originally appeared in the Spring 2008 print edition of NAGC Magazine. [...]

Thumbs Up to Failure by Prof. Rhys C. Jones

Sooner or later you will fail at something in your life, it’s going to happen! It’s very likely that you have already failed at something. And [...]

SEND Review: Right Support, Right Place, Right Time – Potential Plus UK’s Response June 2022

Potential Plus UK is a national charity that supports many neurodivergent young people with high learning potential. We work collaboratively with parents/carers, teachers, other professionals and [...]

Ryan’s Story – From Daydreaming Delinquent to Lifelong Learner

Steve Ramsden, Chair of our Trustees, recently came across the inspiring story of Ryan* in our archives. Here he shares the positive story of how Ryan’s [...]

Resilience and High Potential Learners

So many young people have had prolonged interruption to their school life. It’s timely to return to resilience. Our learners need to be resilient to cope [...]

2022-06-14T10:46:11+01:00June 14th, 2022|Categories: Focus on Potential, High Learning Potential, Schools|Tags: , |

Navigating the Maze Ahead for Your Child with DME

Every single child, parent, carer, family, professional, school and situation is different. This gives a rich tapestry of views and perspectives you will encounter with and [...]

Making a Great Start with New Parents/Carers

This blog explores how schools can develop supportive, constructive partnerships with parents and carers to benefit their children. Schools and colleges are busy places with many [...]

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: , , |
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