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Monday, 8 June 2015

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 Gifted Awareness Week 

Parent Meeting

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We are holding a meeting for parents who have an interest in gifted education PN City Library (George St entrance) , Monday 15th June, 7.30pm.
Come and hear what is currently available in our region and discuss what families of gifted children see as current/future needs and possibilities with student voice being welcome. (We will not have activities for young children but we promise not to leave them out in the cold!)
Please RSVP by Saturday 13th June

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Our next  next session, open to parents, educators and other professionals will be on Thursday 30th April at Palmerston North Girls' High School Huia Centre from 5pm. 

Nationally-respected gifted educator, Tanya Thorogood, will be exploring a  couple of theoretical models that maximise effective study skill habits for students. This is based on her highly effective 'Essential Study skills (ESP)' programme she runs for high school students.  You can RSVP at cengate12@gmail.com 


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Our next  next session, open to parents, educators and other professionals will be on Thursday 30th April at Palmerston North Girls' High School Huia Centre from 5pm. 

Nationally-respected gifted educator, Tanya Thorogood, will be exploring a  couple of theoretical models that maximise effective study skill habits for students. This is based on her highly effective 'Essential Study skills (ESP)' programme she runs for high school students.  You can RSVP at cengate12@gmail.com 


*******************The Next CenGATE meeting is Thursday 26th March*****************
    Huia Centre, Palmerston North Girls' High School 

Coffee and a catch up from 4.15pm, with our discussion session starting at 4.30pm. This is a chance for educators to spend time further exploring the issues raised by the Rose's 'Imposter Syndrome' presentation, as well as share problems and successes experienced this year on any gifted related theme