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The Restraints of Being Gifted

Our guest blogger this evening is a student called Lily, who has also written for Gifted Awareness Week on previous occasions. Thanks, Lily! Often gifted children have little opportunity to learn and expand knowledge. Teachers assume that we’re okay, because … Continue reading

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What the Tui Tells Me

A former student is not finding writing easy at present. However, he is an amazing young advocate for gifted education, and for many other good causes, so he wrote the words above, and he was pretty sure they wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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The schooling of gifted children

Guest blogger Tayne Lewis is a ten year old boy of Māori descent. Like many ten year old boys, he’d like point out that he will soon be turning eleven. However, in other ways, Tayne holds some quite different perspectives … Continue reading

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