Category: Teacher Development

Animals in Winter

Animals in Winter

This great blog gives you lots of ways to talk to your pupils about animals in winter. Find out the diverse ways the survive the seasonal chill.

Wet Break Time Activities

Wet Break Time Activities

With worsening weather, the likelihood of a wet break time increases. Help your learners to make the most of this time with our wet break time activities

Positive Thinking

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In this blog we take a look at the ways in which we can support our pupils to develop positive thinking, helping them to take on challenges at school.

The Many Possibilities of Number Fans

Number Fans

Number fans are back in fashion! Read the blog to find discover some great ideas for how they can support your pupils with numeracy in the classroom.

The PTS Growth Mindset Guide

growth mindset guide

Download the brand new PTS Growth Mindset Guide by mindset expert Ross McWilliam to find out how to introduce growth mindset in your primary school.

The Importance of Sports in Primary School

Importance of Sports

In this blog we’re going to take a look at the importance of sports and discover some great ideas for your school sports day this year.

Growth Mindset: Overcoming Barriers

Growth Mindset Barriers

In part four of our Growth Mindset series, created by mindset expert, Ross McWilliam, we take a look at the barriers to developing a growth mindset.

Growth Mindset: A Whole School Strategy

Growth Mindset Strategies

In part 3 of our growth mindset series, mindset expert, Ross McWilliam, will tell us about whole school strategies that cater for all key stakeholders.

Growth Mindset: Measuring, Rewarding and Giving Feedback

Growth Mindset Rewards

In part 2 of our series, we take a look at the value of growth mindset rewards, specific praise and feedback language and ways to measure progress

How to Implement Growth Mindset in Primary School

Mindset

In part 1 of our new Growth Mindset series, mindset expert, Ross McWilliam, tells you how to encourage pupils to create their own definitions of GM.

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