In the Know: Aim High, Develop and Succeed!

In the Know: Aim High, Develop and Succeed!

With only one week left before the new term begins, we hope you’re making the best of what’s left of the half term. Looking ahead to the new term, we’ve listed three opportunities that will help your child build skills they need to end the academic year with a positive impact. Read on to find out more about some great opportunities for you and your child.

Join our free webinar for parents!
On Thursday 15th April, GT Scholars is hosting a free webinar for parents where education expert Temi Kamson will be sharing key strategies you can use to help your child cultivate a growth mindset and achieve their aspirations. You’ll also get a chance to learn more about what a growth mindset is and why it’s considered to be the number one tool for success. To sign-up for the free webinar click here.

Applications for Bright Ambitions Programme are closing soon!
This leading 12-week programme offers tutoring, mentoring, and online personal development courses for young people between the ages of 13-16. If your child is looking to improve their grades and gain leadership skills then this programme will be perfect for them. Spaces on the programme are limited and applications close on Saturday 24th April, so be sure to register your interest as soon as possible.

Aim A little Higher!
Entrepreneur and motivational speaker Kamal Hyman hosts a podcast for ambitious young people. The podcast includes interviews with inspirational individuals to find out what makes them tick and how your child can use these strategies to succeed. The podcast takes place every Monday and Wednesday, and your child will also have the opportunity to send their questions to the experts. To join the podcast click here.

Explore Critical Thinking Skills with Coding!
We also wanted to include the updated link for last week’s Cause4Children online workshop again. This free online workshop will be held for young people aged 11-16. At the end of the workshop, your child will be able to write coding stories and develop them into games as well as receive a certificate of completion. The workshop will take place on Saturday 17 April 2021 and you can book your place here.

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