Supporting gifted and talented pupils in the secondary by Moira Thomson

By Moira Thomson

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Pupils were also able to experience fencing with specialist instructors. At the end of the week a morning of presentations and exhibitions gave everyone the chance to show their considerable achievements to parents and guests. All pupils who have participated in the programme agreed that they shared a really good experience. Credit for the success of the programme goes to schools who identify pupils, to the tutors, who work hard to provide challenging and stimulating activities, and particularly to the pupils themselves, whose enthusiasm and hard work has been an inspiration to everyone involved.

Learning Bites The Learning Bites programme was a Web-based education initiative, intended to explore and deliver innovative approaches to on-line learning, particularly in fields where information technology is making an impact. These accessible ‘bites’ of on-line learning lasted between 10 minutes and 1 hour. Learning Cafés Learning Cafés were one-off events at The Lighthouse which provided guidance for the Learning Bites programme and explored specific areas within the creative industries, including Internet broadcasting, music production and filmmaking.

Total dedication and determination to succeed at something has led to the highest achievement in several sporting areas. Winner of five consecutive Olympic gold medals for rowing, Sir Steven Redgrave struggled at school due to his dyslexia. His difficulties in the classroom troubled him but he was determined to prove that he could be good at something – he certainly succeeded in that. Basketball great Magic Johnson was tired of being laughed at because of his dyslexia and he wanted to show everybody that he could do better, motivating him to become one of the world’s greatest basketball players.

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