Welcome to our school’s Growth Mindset page!
Have a look at how we show a Growth Mindset in school.
Year R have been showing their Growth Mindset by trying things they have found challenging in the past. This is a great way to learn from your mistakes!
Year 1 watched “Austin’s butterfly” and learnt that constructive feedback can be really useful. They then drew some dinosaurs and gave each other feedback. Then they had another go! What a great way to show Growth Mindset.
Year 2 are making their Growth Mindset posters for the poster competition! Winners will be chosen from each year group. Who has made the most eye-catching, informative poster?
Year 2 attempted to make towers out of marshmallows and spaghetti. It was very difficult! They persevered through this challenging task and showed a great Growth Mindset.
Year 2 played some games to make sure their Growth Mindset was evident when they lost!
Year 3 made some beautiful information posters linking Growth Mindset with their topic about plants. Their flowers are growing just like their brains!
Year 4 have been sharing their own stories of success. Trying your hardest and learning from mistakes means you will make progress in the end!
Year 4 have shown their Growth Mindset throughout the year by learning a difficult musical instrument. Keep at it – you will get better!
Year 5 have written and learnt a Growth Mindset rap. We are all looking forward to hearing it in assembly!
Year 6 tried a (seemingly impossible) paper folding challenge today. They showed their Growth Mindset by not giving up! Some of them found it very difficult…
This week’s thinking: Have you ever found something difficult? What was it? How did you cope?
Thought of the week – just add ‘yet’ to anything you can’t do. “I can’t do this YET!”
Well done for showing a Growth Mindset this week! This child has been having a go at some challenging maths work. Keep it up!
Using clay is difficult so we need to use our Growth Mindset to make sure we don’t give up!
Here are our year 4 stars of the week. They have shown a great Growth Mindset this week by persevering through challenging tasks. Well done!