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Energy matters: Rescuing my energy

How many people do you know who find themselves: short of energy? drained at the end of the day? affected by other people “dumping” on them? know that stress exhausts them? working in a role where you meet a lot … Continue reading

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Olive Hickmott,8/1/2015 1900-2100 NLP & Learning,using NLP to learn more effectively, The missing link…

NLP & Learning; Cambridge NLP Practice group The Wood Green Animal Sanctuary King’s Bush Farm London Road Godmanchester Cambs,PE29 2NH (map) Link: http://www.meetup.com/Cambs-Beds-Hunts-Herts-Peterborough-NLP-Practice-group/events/219612198/ Despite the plethora of initiatives over the last 20 years, many children including some of the brightest are … Continue reading

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Dyspraxia: 1 invaluable skill to learn quickly

I am sure you know that those diagnosed to have #Dyspraxia have all sorts of challenges around motor co-ordination, clarity of speech, sensory issue, being clumsy, the list goes on to 44 symptoms covered by the #DyspraxiaFoundation. But these adults and … Continue reading

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Brilliant Day at the Dyslexia Research Trust

On Saturday we had a great day at the Dyslexia Research Trust Fun Day.  3 Fun runs for all the family, lots of entertainments and even the weather stayed fine with a few periods of brilliant sunshine. It was well … Continue reading

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Let me tell you the secret of maths

Those people who are good at maths can picture numbers in their mind’s eye and do all sorts of different calculations, without paper, just seeing the numbers, sums etc as if they are writing on a panel of glass, with … Continue reading

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“Reading Pictures” published in Every Child Journal

In the current edition of the Every Child Journal, from http://www.teachingtimes.com Empowering Learning has an article entitled “Reading pictures”. “Often missed and frequently misunderstood, dyslexia has been the ruin of many children’s school ambitions. So can mental imagery make the difference? … Continue reading

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Creating positive mental wellbeing at school and at home

  Thursday 16th  january 2014  7.30PM TO 9.30PM Three members of the Harpenden Complementary Health group work extensively with schools and families to help create a positive sense of mental wellbeing.  Young people have fun learning: To understand their own … Continue reading

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