The Gifted and Talented Children’s Association of  WA (Inc)

GATCA was established in 1978 and is a, not-for-profit, self-help organisation providing teachers and parents with the means to meet the special needs of gifted children at home or school.

“In evidence, all types of interest groups agreed that there is a problem with education of gifted children. These children have special needs in the education system; for many their needs are not being met; and many suffer underachievement, boredom, frustration and psychological distress as a result”.

The 2001 Senate Inquiry into Gifted Education.

Membership is open to all those wishing access to information and the tools to support gifted children academically and socially.

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 GIFTED RESOURCES ONLINE

We are delighted to announce the launch of our Gifted Resources Online store.

  • Reading plus
  • Mathletics
  • Language Perfect
  • Spellodrome
  • Lexia Reading CORE5
  • Reading Eggs

GATCA WA members can enjoy 30% OFF most purchases.

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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

Research Findings

August 9th, 2018|

The social-emotional well-being of the gifted primary school child and perceptions of parent and teacher social support. By: Dr. Kerry-Ann Wright-Scott A couple of years ago GATCAWA  kindly advertised my research in hope of attracting participants [...]

August Brain Break

August 6th, 2018|

Get Connected with like minded peers! Friday August 10 Robot Park Piara Waters The forecast has good weather forecast for Friday after a cloudy rainy week so join us for a day outdoors in some [...]

Huge Childrens Second Hand Book Sale and Singapore Math Resources

July 3rd, 2018|

  Wednesday July the 11th 10 am - 12 pm Perth Modern School Refectory A large range of children's second hand fact books will be for sale with the average price being $3 or $4. GATCA's [...]

Gifted Kids Keys to Academic Success: A Parent Intervention Program (Math 6 – 11 year olds)

April 28th, 2018|

A program to reverse and prevent gifted underachievement. In this course Singapore Math is used to build understanding of how non-cognitive factors contribute to academic success and how to develop these skills in your own [...]