AG&T

 

Able, Gifted & Talented Pupils

 at Lydiard Millicent CE Primary School

At Lydiard our aim is for all children to do well and progress in all areas of their development. In school, we use the DfES term Gifted and Talented. Gifted refers to pupils who achieve or have the ability to achieve at a level significantly in advance of their year group within our School, in one or more subjects in the statutory curriculum. Talented refers to pupils who have this ability or potential in art, music, PE, sport or creative art. However, when discussing pupils with parents we use the term ‘more able’.

 

Our Able, Gifted & Talented policy has lots of information – please click here to find out about:

ü  Philosophy & aims

ü  Identification strategies

ü  Provision in school

ü  Teacher / pupil skill development

ü  Monitoring, assessment & review

ü  A, G & T in PE

 

In order to address any questions that you may have about the provision for Gifted and Talented children at Lydiard, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help answer any queries.

Please click HERE to see some frequently asked questions.

Additional Provision

As part of our provision for Gifted and Talented children we make available the list of activities organised by Braeside Education Centre. Please click HERE for further information, the list of activities and application forms.

Any children having additional provision out of class have a form; please click HERE to view the form.

If you are interested in your child attending one of the courses, please complete the application form and bring it into school where Mrs Luce or Mrs Hyde will be able to discuss your request and ensure it is suitable for your child.

If at any time you have a question regarding the provision for your child, please speak to your child's class teacher at the earliest opportunity.

 

 

Where can I get more information?

Mrs Luce is always pleased to speak to parents about the provision for Gifted & Talented children.

 

Please click HERE for further information and also look at

 

http://www.nagcbritain.org.uk/

Here are a few ideas too!

Online maths activities: http://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm

There are a variety of activities on this website http://www.mensaforkids.org/ (this is an American website).

And for online activities http://www.puzzlemaniakids.com 

 
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