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The triangle of success

Our approach is based on the three elements of our Triangle of Success model. Together, they form the foundation of success and satisfaction in life.

triangle of success

Find and nurture gifts, talents and passions

Intelligence is not fixed. It is not dependent on family background or test results obtained. Our brains are malleable so with the right support and stimulation we can help children to achieve their real potential. Talent search systems show that intelligence is not a unitary concept and that Multiple Intelligences exist. It’s important to find, develop and nurture children’s special abilities and interests. Acknowledging and celebrating children’sspecial gifts, talents and passions helps them develop higher self-esteem, confidence and motivation.

Improve learning power and outlook

Based on neuroscience and brain function research, we know that we can build/increase children’s learning power. Greater understanding of aspects of intelligence help teachers, parents and carers to abandon deterministic views about educational stereotypes. We found that sharing that information with children that they can become better learners in every case, helps them to put in more effort and lift them out of the desperate feeling of ‘having’ to always be in low attaining groups and the feeling of hopelessness. Nurturing children’s minds can help them to feel more optimistic about learning and their future; this can lead to greater confidence personally, at school and beyond.

Boost physical health and wellbeing

Taking care of children’s physical and mental wellbeing is an important factor in achievement and success in life. Children’s lack of self-esteem, anxiety or socialising problems can lead them to disengage with their learning. This, in turn, can affect their achievement and success. Additionally, a child who adopts good eating and exercise habits is more likely to be able to think clearly and stay healthy, to achieve more.

‘The three ‘Rs’ (Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic) are essential skills for our children to become competent. However, what use are these skills to society if they are not accompanied by personal characteristics such as kindness, compassion and a sense of fairness and equality? We need to encourage these character traits in children to help them become the best version of themselves and build a kinder and more integrated society which benefits everyone.’

Koshy and Koshy, 2021 From: Triangle of Success: Your Child’s Path to Fulfilment