We are proud of the outstanding feedback we have received across all of the environments in which we have worked. We are pleased to be able to share a small sample of this positive feedback.
“The feedback we have had from your session has been excellent and really got colleagues thinking carefully about how profoundly teacher, coach, parent and peer behaviour impacts on the thinking of children and their attitudes to learning. The practical insights in how the growth mindset can be developed in teachers and pupils is something that colleagues are really interested in developing” - Nick Hynes (Head of Standards and Learning Effectiveness, Guernsey Education Department)
"We would like to thank you for the time you spent with the students and staff, we all gained so much form the session but more importantly it has continued to grow! It has only been a very short time since you were here, however the impact can be seen and it is growing. There is a culture of continued engagement and use of the principles in our professional practice." - Lorraine Barker (Programme Manager for Health & Early Years - College of Further Education)
“Really enjoyed this sessions and has given me the inspiration to create a growth mindset both within myself and my classroom” - NQT (Hautes Capelles Primary, Guernsey)
“This should benefit the organisation by instilling a can do attitude and help to reduce the negativity surrounding making a mistake or the fear of failure” - Executive trainee (States of Guernsey)
"Just a quick note to say thanks for collating the information you've gathered from the Scottish Under-15s. It's great to have such data to help inform the coaches of the present mindset of particular individuals. I have already used some of the information as a starting point for discussions with players about their goals and their approach to training and performance. From discussion with some of the lads, they found the practical session quite revealing, and it has generated further chat among the boys about why certain people hold particular views." - Alan Patterson (Cricket Scotland U15 Head Coach)
“I now realise that the messages I send when reporting on sport have the potential to impact on the belief systems of young people and I have altered the way I approach these stories” - Sports Journalist (Guernsey Press & Star)