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Able and Gifted Children

 

Some children perform at a level beyond that expected of their year group, or are particularly gifted or talented in the creative or sporting fields. Our aim is to identify these children and look for ways to develop their skills, both in the classroom and through extra-curricular activities e.g. enrichment club.

 

For further information please request a copy of the school’s S.E.N.\Gifted and Talented policy which is available on our web site, or from the school office.

A small number of children from Owls Class visited Port Regis to extend their knowledge in both physics and chemistry. Working in teams they used hydrogen peroxide and sulphuric acid to carry out the 'iodine clock' reaction to understand a little more about chemical kinetics. In physics, children designed a carrier to safely deliver an egg to the ground when dropping it from a great height!

A small number of children from Owls Class visited Port Regis to extend their knowledge in both physics and chemistry. Working in teams they used hydrogen peroxide and sulphuric acid to carry out the 'iodine clock' reaction to understand a little more about chemical kinetics. In physics, children designed a carrier to safely deliver an egg to the ground when dropping it from a great height! 1
A small number of children from Owls Class visited Port Regis to extend their knowledge in both physics and chemistry. Working in teams they used hydrogen peroxide and sulphuric acid to carry out the 'iodine clock' reaction to understand a little more about chemical kinetics. In physics, children designed a carrier to safely deliver an egg to the ground when dropping it from a great height! 2
A small number of children from Owls Class visited Port Regis to extend their knowledge in both physics and chemistry. Working in teams they used hydrogen peroxide and sulphuric acid to carry out the 'iodine clock' reaction to understand a little more about chemical kinetics. In physics, children designed a carrier to safely deliver an egg to the ground when dropping it from a great height! 3
A small number of children from Owls Class visited Port Regis to extend their knowledge in both physics and chemistry. Working in teams they used hydrogen peroxide and sulphuric acid to carry out the 'iodine clock' reaction to understand a little more about chemical kinetics. In physics, children designed a carrier to safely deliver an egg to the ground when dropping it from a great height! 4