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Growth Mindset

We want all children to relish challenges and embrace their mistakes as part of the learning process. We also want them to value the importance of effort, respond to feedback and take inspiration from others. This will help them to achieve not only in school but in their future lives. 

 

We promote this by using growth mindset language and attitudes in the classroom and promoting the power of 'Yet!' We believe there is a difference between not knowing and not knowing yet. This positive attitude to learning is important as it can impact on how children will approach new learning experiences in all aspects of their life. 

 

We teach children key growth mindset characteristics by introducing them to four main characters: 

Professor Perseverance

 

Councillor Co-operate

 

Captain Curious

 

Inspector Improvement

Professor Perseverance

Professor Perseverance Stories

Councillor Co-operate

Councillor Co-operate Stories

Captain Curious

Captain Curious Stories

Inspector Improvement

Inspector Improvement Stories

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