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Martin Griffin

Martin Griffin has 20 years’ experience teaching post-16 students, and has been a head of faculty, assistant head teacher and deputy head teacher. He was the director of sixth form at The Blue Coat School, a twice Ofsted-outstanding comprehensive sixth form where student progress is among the top 10 per cent in the country. He works with schools and colleges to design and implement character development and mindset programmes.


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Publications by Martin Griffin

The A Level Mindset

In The A Level Mindset, Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin…

The A Level Mindset Student Workbook

Successful students approach their studies with the right behaviours, skills…

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Nov 27th - Attitude, Networks and Creativity

November 27 2016

What we’ve been up to…This week has seen us in Kent, London and Liverpool. There have been some excellent sessions. A really enjoyable one was the Senior Press Heads of Sixth Form Conference on Friday (25th November 2016 if you’re reading this some way down the line). Thanks to all those people who said such positive things about our presentation there.The day itself was filled with interesting sessions, from finance to intervention to flipped-learning to screen-capture technology. Those

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Nov 13th - Practice: perfect or permanent?

November 13 2016

What we’ve been up to…The coast continues to have some weird magnetic pull. Steve’s been in not-so-sunny Blackpool, Martin’s been in not-so-sunny Folkestone. Great schools, though and, as always, vibrant, interesting young people and committed staff. The sessions have been really interesting. In terms of delivering mindset-related work to students, we feel we’re at a bit of a crossroads. It’s always been nice to do sessions directly for students, but at the same time, messages should ideally

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