It feels good as a parent when someone praises your child and tells you, "What a smart child you have!" doesn't it?  What if I told you, this kind of pra...

Calling Your Kids "Smart" May Actually Hurt Them!

Guildleader chores: Changing mindsets - how do you move players from fixed mindsets to growth mindsets?

St Nicholas Primary School, Oxfordshire - 20m x 2.7m Coniston Wall Mounted Canopy    http://www.ablecanopies.co.uk/i/oxfordshire/oxford/st-nicholas-primary-school.html

We installed a x Coniston Wall Mounted Canopy at St Nicholas Primary School to create a covered outdoor area that the children can play under.

Norton St Nicholas Primary School had a 7.8m x 4m Coniston wall mounted canopy installed that created the perfect outdoor area for the school meaning the pupils can be outdoors whatever the weather.  http://www.ablecanopies.co.uk/i/hertfordshire/letchworth/norton-st-nicholas-primary-school.html

A x Coniston Wall Mounted Canopy was installed at Norton St Nicholas Primary School to create a sheltered outdoor play area.

A Year 4 class at St Nicholas Primary School, Oxford, are inspired to make drums after a visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum to do a Take One..Totem Pole session.

A Year 4 class at St Nicholas Primary School, Oxford, are inspired to make drums after a visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum to do a Take One.

Designs for a wolf symbol, developed by Year 4 from St Nicholas Primary School, Oxford.  These designs were inspired after a visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum to do a Take One.. Totem Pole session.

Designs for a wolf symbol, developed by Year 4 from St Nicholas Primary School, Oxford. These designs were inspired after a visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum to do a Take One.

Minecraft Build Project - St Nicholas Primary School Blackpool - YouTube

Minecraft Build Project - St Nicholas Primary School Blackpool - YouTube

LIVERPOOL ECHO by Lorna Hughes (5/12/14) Real face of Father Christmas revealed... St Nicholas Primary School pupils take a closer look at the face of St Nicholas, created using 3D technology

Real face of Father Christmas revealed at St Nicholas Primary School

LIVERPOOL ECHO by Lorna Hughes Real face of Father Christmas revealed. St Nicholas Primary School pupils take a closer look at the face of St Nicholas, created using technology

A glamorous red carpet? Bridge over dangerous crocodile infested waters? Walking the plank on a pirate ship? We wonder where this timber playground shelter with a ramp that we installed St Nicholas Primary School and their imaginations will take pupils there…

A glamorous red carpet? Bridge over dangerous crocodile infested waters? Walking the plank on a pirate ship? We wonder where this timber playground shelter with a ramp that we installed St Nicholas Primary School and their imaginations will take pupils there…

“Line up and face the front!” familiar words we all remember the teacher desperately trying to organise us shouting at school. Pupils at St Nicholas Primary School lined up well on our timber playground shelter that we installed with a ramp for inclusive access!

“Line up and face the front!” familiar words we all remember the teacher desperately trying to organise us shouting at school. Pupils at St Nicholas Primary School lined up well on our timber playground shelter that we installed with a ramp for inclusive access!

Our touch rugby adults club at st Nicholas primary school

Our touch rugby adults club at st Nicholas primary school

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