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Western Australia's association for gifted support, advocacy and resources

Upcoming events

    • 25 Aug 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Mount Lawley Primary School, 92 Second Avenue, Mount Lawley, WA 6050

    Cavelle Monck - Principal - Mount Lawley Primary School 

    Cavelle Monck presents an informative session targeted at parents looking to engage with their child's school. The aim is to provide an understanding of the different approaches you may take to achieve better outcomes for your child. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from a parent, teacher and principal about how to best navigate the journey many of us face trying to advocate for our Gifted children. 

    This event will be hosted at Mount Lawley Primary School in the staff room. 

    Register your interest early as we expect a big turn out for this!

    Free for Members!

    Consider joining and get access to other free member events (Individual memberships are $25, family memberships are $35).

    School Members can send as many staff as they wish!
    School Memberships include 2 x AAEGT journals per year and an unlimited number of staff being able to attend events. Memberships are only $190.

    School and Family Members, please register your guests under your School or Families primary email logon account.

    Venue: Mount Lawley Primary School
    Address: 92 Second Avenue, Mount Lawley, Western Australia, 6050

    • 31 Aug 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (UTC+08:00)
    • Online (Zoom)

    Every term, Gifted WA hosts a morning tea in the city for our members. This provides a great opportunity for parents and teachers of gifted students to come together in an informal setting to chat and share stories with those on similar journeys and ask questions of our Gifted WA committee members.

    Given the positive feedback of our last online meeting, due to the impact of COVID-19, we will hold the next morning tea online via Zoom on Monday 31st August at 10:30am. You will have an opportunity to chat with each other as well as our Chairperson, Dean Tollis, and Committee Member, Dr Kate Burton. Kate is a psychotherapist specialising in the assessment and therapeutic support of gifted and creative children, adolescents and adults. We hope that by offering the opportunity to join the session online, more of our regional members may be able to join in the discussion.  

    This term, we have introduced a focus topic on the social and emotional needs of Gifted students to fit into the Awareness Week topic of well-being. You may have questions about these needs and characteristics from a parent perspective or you may have common concerns or strategies to support and improve the wellbeing of gifted students in the classroom. Everyone is welcome! 

    BYO coffee and cake!

    Please note: A Zoom meeting link and password will be sent to you after you register for the event.

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