About Your Child

Is My Child A Good Fit For The Clubs?

Gifted Versus Able Writers

Bright children are keen to please their teachers and often high achievers, experiencing academic success.        They are also curious about the world around them. Gifted children, who according to Mensa represent the top 2% of the population are often highly sensitive and prone to perfectionism. A uneven growth between intellectual and emotional development is also common. 

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How We Can Help Your Gifted Child

Gifted writers can feel misunderstood and alone in the school classroom.  Belonging to a Write! group, your child will feel they can be themselves with like-minded children and you will see noticeable social and emotional gains.

I know it takes more than a transfer of knowledge for your child to excel, it is about having the right mindset to be able to talk, listen and respond, which makes all the difference.

Groups are fluid so your child can move to another group based on their ability. Without following a rigid and pre-written programme, your child will flourish as they explore their creativity under the guidance of an experienced teacher. 

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It would help to build up a picture of your child's needs, use this form if you would like to let us know about your child before any courses, or if you would like a call to discuss them.

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