Monthly archive for January2015

Bravely communicating like never before!

Bravely communicating like never before!

How do you handle breakdowns in communications? Do you jump right in and deal with the issue right there and then or do you hold your thoughts to yourself and simmer away? The first option certainly means we have to be brave, jumping in and…

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It’s time for a little proud bragging!

It’s time for a little proud bragging!

It isn’t everyday that you arrive at work and find a brand new book sitting on your desk with the author sitting right there beside it. Today, that was my story and I am so excited and proud all at the same time… so I…

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Food glorious food!

Food glorious food!

Talk about delicious! Here at Thinkers.inq we have been enjoying sensational whole food everyday and at every meal. All this goodness is a result of an outstanding and inspiring collaboration between Thinkers.inq, Alexx Stewart of Alexx Stewart Real Food & Low Tox Living, Kate Johnston…

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The power of “Not Yet”

The power of “Not Yet”

I have something wonderful to share with you today! It is from Dr Carol Dweck a psychologist and professor at Stamford University. She has been studying the idea that we can grow our brain’s capacity to learn and to solve problems. One the key ideas…

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Getting the Balance Just Right

Getting the Balance Just Right

Last week the Thinkers.inq Learning Leaders spent time thinking, planning and imagining the type of learning spaces we wanted to create for Thinkers.inq learners. It was a wonderful time building relationships and developing insights into each other’s creative and critical thinking. There were two ideas…

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Testimonials

Since sending our 3-year-old son to Thinkers.inq it has been wonderful to see his progress, they create a really positive environment for the kids! The learning strategies have supported his development and it is a pleasure to see his confidence and enthusiasm grow week on week. He is always excited to show and share with us the day’s activities. A great team that have created delightful surroundings accompanied by an excellent healthy food menu. We feel fortunate to be part of the Thinkers.inq family.

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Julie and Duncan    April 7, 2015   

I remember the sunny evening we visited Thinkers.inq. A space of possibility: colourful, creative and inspired. We absorbed a crafts corner with easels and brushes, a ‘corner store’, wooden furniture, cute picnic tables ready for pint-sized picnickers. Further inspection revealed the outdoor amphitheater, the organic gardens, fruit trees, handmade puzzles and high grade, integrated technology. No heavy reliance on plastic toys and ‘babysitting’ here!

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Tanya    April 2, 2015   

..I then heard about Thinkers.inq and from the first moment there I knew I had found what I was looking for our son. The family environment and warmth, the resources available, the inquiry based programming, the space and use of it and to just top it off the amazing healthy no ‘nasties’ food focus...

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Samantha    April 1, 2015