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Supporting Children with High Learning Potential

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Supporting Families

Helping you to nurture your child with high learning potential

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Supporting Children

Resources for children with high learning potential, including activity booklets and advice sheets

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Supporting Schools

Inspiring, motivating and challenging more able students

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Lily-Mae's Story

Lily-Mae is 4½. Her reading age is 9, her favourite shape is a dodecagon and she thinks the periodic table is cool. However, she struggles with her fine motor skills and is having difficulty learning to write, which is leading to frustration, anger and behavioural difficulties at school. Read More

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Arjun’s Story – “I Don’t Know!”

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Setting ‘Copycat Kids’ the Right Example! How to be a Role Model and Coach Constructive Reactions

What happens when your team loses? The rain falls? Or you can’t find your glasses or keys? Do you shout and throw your hands in the [...]

Family Stories

Discover how we support young people with high learning potential and their families

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Families benefit from access to our advice line, the Members’ Area, our electronic resources, discounted events and our Focus newsletter.

Schools benefit from access to our advice line, online resources, members area, newsletter, workshops, webinars-on-demand, and associate family membership for their parents.