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What does it mean to be Gifted and Talented? Who are they and how will I know?

Gifted students are those with most academic potential, talented students are those with aptitude in an artistic, sporting or vocational area. Explore how to ensure good practice that will identify those with potential as well as those who are currently ...

Gifted and Talented (G&T) progress tool

This resource supports gifted and talented pupils in Years 10 to 13 to improve their learning and develop a plan for the future. It includes advice to help pupils, teachers and mentors use the progress tool effectively, and materials that support seven ...

Widening horizons and broadening the curriculum for gifted and talented pupils

This case study describes how one specialist science college started a project to encourage gifted and talented pupils in Year 8 to set their sights high and give serious consideration to triple science and modern foreign languages GCSE courses.

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Gifted and Talented e-learning modules for leading teachers

E-learning modules for Gifted and Talented (G&T) leading teachers provide opportunities to reflect on G&T issues and approaches to addressing them, to practise strategies which have been found to be effective and to develop action plans for your ...

Gifted and talented pupils: Narrowing the gaps

This information details the statutory duties on all maintained schools in England to promote community cohesion and provide equal opportunities for all pupils to succeed at the highest level possible, by removing barriers to access and participation. ...

NAGTY occasional paper 10: Identifying gifted students – An evaluation of the NAGTY procedure

This publication focuses on identifying gifted students and reviews the debate surrounding the definition of giftedness, acknowledging that identifying students with the top five per cent of ability range can be a difficult process. This report also refers to the admission process and the eligibility criteria for membership to the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 15: The second annual survey of the workloads and support needs of gifted and talented coordinators in secondary schools in England

This report presents the findings of the 2006 National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) survey which aims to gain a national picture of the workloads and support needs of gifted and talented coordinators, or teachers responsible for gifted and talented education in secondary schools in England. This survey is a part of the State of Play project, designed to enable NAGTY to map the range, reach and quality of gifted and talented education in England and to track…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 5: A baseline review of the literature on effective pedagogies for Gifted and Talented students

This review provides a baseline analysis of research evidence, good practice and initiatives on effective pedagogies for gifted and talented education. The review identified four key areas for discussion: namely the identification of the gifted and talented, education of gifted and talented students, approaches to provision, and issues in effective gifted and talented pedagogy. Part of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) materials for gifted and talented provision.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 14: What's so different about Gifted and Talented Students?

This report focuses on psychosocial adjustment among gifted and talented students and includes different theories and arguments surrounding one of the major uncertainties that prevails about gifted students: whether or not they are more likely to have emotional and social difficulties than their non-gifted peers. Part of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) materials for gifted and talented provision.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 1: English model of Gifted and Talented education – Policy, context and challenges

This report details the English model of Gifted and Talented education. This document focuses on the policy's background, framework and social context, including information on the underlying rationale and values behind the English model as well as examples of the model in practice, potential barriers and methods of assessment. Part of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) materials for gifted and talented provision.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011