When Struggling is a Good Thing

From the Archive This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2012 print edition of Focus on Potential What does it take to reach your potential?  [...]

Clearly Able, Yet Complicated? – Might Your Child Have ‘DME’?

‘Unusual’ in both their potential and in their obstacles? Here is a simple guide to Dual or Multiple Exceptionality (DME). Is your child (or student) clearly [...]

Do You Have What it Takes to be a Super STEM Spin Doctor?

You’ve probably heard the joke “What did Watson and Crick discover? Rosalind Franklin’s notes.”? Well, at the risk of party-pooperdom by picking apart a brilliant one-liner, [...]

Super STEM Soirées to Save Us from the Sorrow of Sameness

There are many great science lessons out there at the moment on that remarkable interweb contraption, and lots of great science kits and subscriptions, too, but [...]

Inspirational Figures: Remarkable Women in STEM

Where is your place in centuries of STEM? All of these individuals are remarkable and span three centuries of Science leading to…today’s STEM-obsessed or Arts/Humanities-focused youngster! [...]

F1’s Greatest : Lewis Hamilton – by Benjamin S. (Aged 10)

When he finished the Monaco Grand Prix in 1st place with a flat tyre (!), Lewis Hamilton became only the second Brit after Nigel Mansell [...]

Dr. George Betts – An Influential Leader in Gifted Education – Obituary

Potential Plus UK was saddened to hear of the death of Dr. George Betts on August 3rd 2019. George served on the Board of Directors for [...]

The Above and Beyond Awards Day Round-Up

We had a fantastic day at the first ever Above and Beyond Awards in Birmingham on February 11th 2019.  The awards celebrate parents, teachers, support staff [...]

Congratulations to Professor Valsa Koshy

Potential Plus UK is delighted that the achievements of Professor Valsa Koshy have been recognised through the award of an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s [...]

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