What makes a fearless learner?
January 19, 2017
At Explore Learning our aim is to help children to excel academically, to reach their potential and get the best results they can.
But more than that, we are unwavering in our mission to develop a generation of fearless learners. Children who could be confident in the classroom, brave in exams and fearless in school and beyond.
But why fearless learners you may ask? What does that mean?
At Explore our support has always gone beyond a quick win with spelling or moving up a set in maths. Tackling such skills is important and a crucial first step on the path to success, but to help children to thrive in school and beyond we also aim to develop children’s learning attitudes. That’s where fearless comes in!
Fearless is about helping children to tackle spellings, learn a new times table, or master long division, but more than that- fearless is about a shift in attitude and belief.
Our staff and members told us what fearless learning means to them
Fearless learners aren’t always born that way, so at Explore Learning our incredible tutors will help your child to become a confident, fearless learner who is ready and excited for their next challenge.
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