This year’s Be More Griffen campaign was launched in Lower School on Friday. The first years spent the morning in a series of lessons designed to help them develop key study skills including how to respond to feedback, how to get organised with homework, and how to set meaningful goals. They were then joined by the second years in the afternoon for a talk from paralympian Talan Skeels Piggins who told the truly inspiring story of how he overcame a motor accident that left him paralysed from the chest down to compete in the 2010 Winter Olympics in a sit-ski and to become the first paraplegic to compete against able-bodied racers in solo motorcycle racing.

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