Category: Challenge

BELONG - RESPECT - ASPIRE - ACHIEVE

Door posters

Following on from the 4 x 3 ‘Visual inspiration’ poster courtesy of Lifehacker, here are three door posters for you. Again scaled version are displayed here with links to the high resolution images (5000 x 3500). Image 1   Image 2   Image 3   Help yourself, share, RT and go visit Lifehacker.


11 Dec ’12 0

Visual inspiration

Reading in through my Google Reader, the concept of ‘marginal gains’ has cropped up a few times lately, and quite rightly so. We know that success is not all ‘big boulder’ stuff. So here is another small marginal gain suitable for any classroom or office door, courtesy of Adam Dachis, Senior Writer and Art Director at Lifehacker.com and…
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11 Dec ’12 0

Get ’em thinking #1

It started with a random conversation about thunks with @JOHNSAYERS. An flurry of thunk style questions and prompts followed. There is of course the thunks website but the call for some quirky questions was also too much to resist. @kristianstill love that!! — JOHN SAYERS (@JOHNSAYERS) December 9, 2012 And then a few other Twitter colleagues commented and…
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11 Dec ’12 0

Space Dive

You can not afford to miss this programme.  Space Dive – a one-off documentary, Space Dive tells the behind-the-scenes story of Felix Baumgartner’s historic, record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth. It is the entire STEM curriculum shrink wrapped into 90 mins. Science, Technology, Engineering and enough purposeful Maths to sink an average sized school. And…
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17 Nov ’12 0

Felix Baumgartner

Our Director of Progress gave a strong performance to an unsettled upper school audience this week, using the story of Felix Baumgartner to underline the importance of purpose and self direction. This evening, whilst listening to the television, I worked-up his slides as a way of showing my sincere appreciation for the way he handled that…
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20 Oct ’12 1

Here, I….. Go.

Yesterday, at the SLW technology conference, the dinamic duo of Oliver Quinlan and Pete Yeoman opened the conference. As part of that opening presentation they showed a short headcam video of a young girl commentating on her first 60m ski jump. It really is fantastic as shown by the comments, all 1,837. The ‘Here I…
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5 Oct ’12 1