Christmas Fractals

Fractals are geometric figures with “self-simularity” - irregular geometric shapes that repeat the irregularity no matter the scale at which you look at them. It is [...]

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 [...]

Apps, Screen Use and Balance for Young People with High Learning Potential

Should you encourage your high learning potential (HLP) youngster to use meaningful apps – or to put down their gadgets? The latest research is contradictory but [...]

Fabulous February: Feel Good Ideas

Getting up on dark mornings, possibly craving more sleep, then braving the cold outside, can make even the most energetic child with high learning potential feel [...]

Creative Thinking – ‘Go for a Burst!’

An ice-cool easy way to boost creative thinking skills while you get up to speed with the experts. “The Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling said: [...]

20 Questions About “Pumice Rafts” – Cross-curricular Jump-off Points for Learning

Are you a teacher, home-educator or actively involved parent or guardian of a youngster with High Learning Potential (HLP)? Then you know the importance of finding [...]

Jeff Forshaw – The Forthcoming 2019 Cheltenham Science Festival

Jeff Forshaw is Professor of Particle Physics at Manchester University. As an ambassador for Potential Plus UK, he has supported the charity with fascinating talks at [...]

2020-06-17T14:25:27+01:00May 7th, 2019|Categories: Ambassadors and Trustees, Focus on Potential, STEM|Tags: , |
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