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How to Create a Success Mindset at Primary to Secondary Transition

Develop emotional & intellectual confidence, improve SAT preparation and boost academic achievement

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Suitable for: The course is ideal for Teachers of Years 4, 5, 6 and 7, Teaching Assistants and Parents. The content is equally applicable to whole year approaches and small group interventions as well as to individual pupils.

Phases suitable for:

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Course Reference: 8349WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

This course uses the CUPPA Book Series to identify ways in which pupils can make extra progress at primary school as well as transition effectively to secondary education in order to reach their true potential.

  • Understand the key emotional development issues at ages 9-12+
  • Apply the latest research to improve academic and emotional development
  • Develop applied growth mindset strategies
  • Develop higher order thinking skills, collaborative and intrinsic learning
  • Deliver SMSC, British Values, SEN Provision
  • Prepare pupils for SATs and the demands of secondary education
  • Differentiate, apply and consolidate learning
  • Achieve literacy development targets recommended by National Literacy Trust
  • Track and measure and progress formatively and summatively


Emotional development, confidence and growth mindset
  • Introduction to the importance of emotional development
  • Identification of factors that can be influenced at KS2 / KS3
  • Identify the confident & growth mindset principles of challenge, uniqueness, positivity, perception & action
Feedback, resilience and application
  • Importance of language feedback
  • Resilience — importance and applied examples
  • Development of self belief, esteem, applied confidence & academic ability
  • Applying learning extrinsically
  • Applying learning intrinsically
  • Individual and collaborative learning strategies and activities
  • Specific troubleshooting – removing barriers
  • Measurement of progress – formative and summative
  • Understanding progress and future objectives at KS3

Wed 20th Jun 2018

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Mon 29th Oct 2018

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Thu 5th Jul 2018

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Tue 27th Nov 2018

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Thu 11th Oct 2018

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Fri 8th Jun 2018

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Fri 9th Nov 2018

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