Growth Mindset Workshop for Parents

Faraday School are excited to have adopted a whole-school Growth Mindset approach this year.

In this vein, we are holding a workshop for Faraday parents, so that they can support their children to adopt a 'I can do it' attitude.

The talk, on Monday March 18th, will be at 4.30-5.30pm in the hall. Free after school care is available for pupils of parents who are attending, so please let Miss Kavanagh know if you plan on joining us and  a space will be reserved.

The workshop is being run by parenting coach Nadim Saad, who is the author of a number of books on the subject.

What is Growth Mindset?

The terms fixed mindset and growth mindset describe the underlying beliefs people have about learning and intelligence. Children with a growth mindset believe that their brain can grow through practice and effort, and they therefore put in extra time and effort, and that leads to higher achievement. Research proves that we can change a person’s mindset from fixed to growth, and when we do, it leads to increased motivation and achievement.

About Nadim Saad:

Nadim is a Parenting Coach and the author of five books including the highly acclaimed, Kids Don’t Come With a Manual. He drew from the latest research in child psychology and neuroscience, as well as his own experience as a father of three, to develop a programme of highly effective tools that have changed the lives of thousands of families. Besides his books and lectures, he has created children’s workshops with experienced child psychotherapists and teachers to develop children’s emotional intelligence and their confidence.