Extraordinary

resources

Extraordinary

resources

Inspire: Ages 11-14

This ready-to-use lesson introduces students to the concepts of resilience, perseverance and developing a growth mindset. The lesson inspires students to write a plan for their future using guidance from Team GB athletes and University of Hull student ambassadors. The resources can either be used as an hour-long lesson or in bite-sized chunks perfect for form time activities.

Inspire: Ages 14-16

Inspire students to develop their own plan to find their extraordinary. These ready-to-use resources use videos of Team GB athletes and University of Hull ambassadors to help students develop resilience and a growth mindset. The resources can either be used as an hour-long lesson or in bite-sized chunks perfect for form time activities.

Inspire: Ages 16-18

At a time where older students are thinking a lot about their future, these ready-to-use resources provide the guidance and structure needed to plan for what comes next, and help find their own extraordinary. The resources can either be used as an hour-long lesson or in bite-sized chunks perfect for form time activities.

Films

Check out our films featuring Team GB athletes and University of Hull student ambassadors.

Find your extraordinary

Students explore how being extraordinary means doing something that’s more than what you – or perhaps the people around you – first thought you could achieve.

Inspiring stories

We hear from Team GB athletes Luke, Bianca and Amelie as they tell us how they turned their dreams into reality.

Three amazing qualities

What do ‘growth mindset’, ‘perseverance’ and ‘resilience’ mean?

Luke's story

Extraordinary is in all of us. Team GB athlete Luke Greenbank tells us how he reached his goal.

Work with us

The University of Hull is committed to supporting schools and colleges and widening participation. Find out how your school or college can get involved.

Work with us

The University of Hull is committed to supporting schools and colleges and widening participation. Find out how your school or college can get involved.