Misunderstanding Children with High Learning Potential

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Children with high learning potential have characteristics that are not widely known. This can cause misunderstanding in adults and children alike. Even when there is an element of understanding, certain actions or behaviours of children with high learning potential can be misunderstood, leading to feelings of frustration and a lack of belonging.

Needs of Children with High Learning Potential Advice Sheet

Find out more about supporting young people with high learning potential in our advice sheet PA103 Needs of Children with High Learning Potential

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Advocacy

Learn how to advocate for your child and how to help your child to advocate for themselves.

Read the article Ask Away: How To Effectively Advocate & Speak Up For Your Child with High Learning Potential  and discover more information and links on our page Gifted Advocacy

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Nurturing Children with High Learning Potential

Learn how to understand and help your children. Read Potential Plus UK’s blogs:

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