Peter Hills with St Mary's & St Paul's

  • Term dates for 2018-2019 now available in 'Parents' section

 

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Potential Plus UK runs events for parents/carers and children. They have an events diary and online booking system on their website. Parents/carers of young children aged 0-5 may also be interested in Potential Plus UK’s e-zine called SPARK.

There is a range of helpful websites that you might like to look at, including:

http://www.potentialplusuk.org: this is the independent charity that supports the social, emotional and learning needs of children with high learning potential of all ages and backgrounds. There is information about children and young people who have been identified as gifted and talented, as well as those that (i) have the ability to achieve; but who, for whatever reason, are not achieving their potential, (ii) those who are dual and multiple exceptional (gifted with a disability or learning difficulty) and (iii) the profoundly gifted

http://www.sengifted.org/: this is an American organisation with information, advice and guidance about the social and emotional needs of gifted learners

http://www.pegy.org.uk: Profoundly Gifted and Exceptional Youth is a voluntary organisation with worldwide contacts in the field of exceptionally and profoundly gifted young people. They aim to  support profoundly gifted children and their families; to influence strategy in schools and to support research