Student Workshops

We help your students realise their true potential
Growth Mindset Background

The Mastery Mindset

Our Mastery Mindset workshops introduce students to the key habits of successful people and provide suggestions and ideas on how to acquire them.  The philosophy behind the workshops is that there is no guarantee of success, but by living your life by these habits you put yourself in the best possible position to succeed.  This workshop will help students as it reinforces behaviours that will help them achieve success.

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 Key Messages
Take Responsibility
  • Your success (and failure) is in your own hands
  • Don’t play the Blame Game
  • Take ownership and control of the situation
Set Goals
  • Begin with the end in mind
  • Work out the steps needed to get there
  • Take action and do it
Learn Every Day
  • Be open to new ideas
  • How to speed up the learning process
  • Asking for and receiving feedback
Think Effectively
  • Focus on what you want, not what you don’t want
Use Resources
  • Build a team around you
  • Get the most from your teachers, family and friends
Work Ethic
  • The relationship between effort and success
  • How hard do you need to work to realise your goals?
  • The importance of preparation
  • What does good preparation look like?


HelpS STudents Improve

  • Mindset
  • Metacognition
  • Self Motivation
  • Dealing with Failure
  • Independent Learning

Coping with Exam Stress

Our stress management workshops introduce students to the key skills needed to manage their stress so that they can prepare for and produce their best work under the inevitable pressure of academic life. These pressure arise whilst meeting deadlines and during the build up to exams, the exam season, interviews, presentations and in sport.

The philosophy behind our workshops is that once you have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed at something you are often required to reproduce them under pressure or stress. The ability to do this can be taught and we do this using the LEAP model.