Our GERRIC for Gifted Students program is offered to gifted and talented students (students who can perform in the top 10% of their age-peers) in Years 3-10 at Australian primary, middle or secondary school. This is a school holiday program that expands the minds of bright, inquisitive individuals looking for an intellectual challenge that is more demanding and more fun than they may sometimes experience at school.
GERRIC Student Programs open a student’s mind to abilities they may not have known they possess. At UNSW, gifted students meet others who share their interests and they are taught by educators who love working in this field. Our program runs for three days and gives students the opportunity to work on a small project.
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Designed for gifted and talented primary students, these three-day workshops will spark your curiosity and ignite your passions. Expand your mind in a fun and challenging setting, meet other like-minded students and thrive.
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UNSW is committed to providing gifted students the opportunity to excel and ignite their potential regardless of their ability to afford our programs. Our scholarship and equity applications are available to support the learning of all students.
GERRIC is the leader of gifted education research in the southern hemisphere. Like-minded students can participate in programs that will challenge them intellectually and develop their individual talents. Register today to ignite your child’s passion for learning!
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