Maximise Your Potential

Suitable for:
Post 16 Students
Best time to deliver:
Throughout the Academic Year
Works well with:
Parent Power 'Empowering Parents to Support their Children'
Study Skills and Exam Preparation Programmes


Post 16 presents many different challenges and opportunities. Students are expected to think and act more independently, be more self-disciplined, mature and responsible. At this stage students ultimately really begin to take responsibility for and control of their own learning.


  • To help students kick-start their new learning journey.
  • To enable them to first examine and then to maximise their intelligence, abilities and potential.
  • To equip them with the skills to plan and direct a successful route through post 16 education.


  1. Mindset Matters: Examining ability beliefs and approaches to challenge.
  2. The Malleable Brain: The basics of brain biology.
  3. Efficient Learning: Lessons from Cognitive Science.
  4. Marginal Gains: Strategies to improve personal performance (collaboration, problem solving, research skills and time management tools).


We will help your students:

  • Assess their personal mindset and level of academic resilience 
  • Explore independent learning, interdependence and states of maturity
  • Understand the basics of brain biology 
  • Develop effective evidenced-based study strategies
  • Apply time management techniques and organise themselves in a systematic way
  • Develop the tools to engage successfully in collaborative work

Taking Part in this Programme

To host this programme at your school fill out our enquiry form below
or phone us on 02890 538818.

Full Brochure

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Thanks for encouraging me to think outside of the box and to make changes in my decisions to study.

St Ronan's College, Lurgan

Really took in some great studying techniques from this today. I feel this will go on to help me over these 2 years.

Royal Belfast Academical Institution (RBAI)

Very good presentation, really helped me get into the mind set for excelling this year.

Ashbourne Community School, County Meath