Yearly Archives: 2017


Goodbye 2017


Children's Book Sale and Singapore Math Resources Saturday December the 9th 2017 - 10.30 am - 12.30 pm Venue:           Perth Modern School Room ML 16 (enter off Subiaco Rd, carkpark 4) Mills Building There will be hundred's of second hand children's fact books in excellent condition and ideal for xmas presents with the average being $4 [...]

Goodbye 20172020-02-12T04:42:53+00:00

Information Eve


Monday the 15th of October 6 pm - 7.30 pm (held in the City Beach area) This is a general evening for parents, in a lounge setting of about 12 people, to ask questions about: Gifted Education IQ Tests Schooling Underachievement Scholarship/GATE testing If you would like to attend please RSVP to

Information Eve2020-02-12T04:42:53+00:00

Huge Children’s Book Sale and Singapore Resources Saturday the 17th of June


Saturday the 17th of June 11 am - 1pm There will be hundreds of second hand children's books, all in excellent condition, with an average price of 3 or 4 dollars The committee will also have a range of Singapore Resources and will be available to answer your questions Perhaps you are a new member [...]

Huge Children’s Book Sale and Singapore Resources Saturday the 17th of June2020-02-12T04:42:53+00:00

April Holiday Workshops


GATCA school holiday workshops are developed and run by full time university students (usually ex GATCA members) under the supervision  of the GATCA committee and assisted by year 11 and 12 high school students. The focus is to provide GATCA members with an opportunity for their children to socialise with like-minded peers whilst engaging in an interesting [...]

April Holiday Workshops2017-04-16T22:24:46+00:00

Q & A Evening with Fiona Smith


Fiona Smith  is unique in the field of Gifted as she combines Psychology and Education degrees (Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours in Psychology and a Masters Degree of Education, majoring in Gifted Education) Fiona has practiced in the field extensively as a: consultant with the University of New South Wales in the GERRIC Centre [...]

Q & A Evening with Fiona Smith2017-04-16T22:13:20+00:00

A parent 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 child. Parents are then able to ensure that their child develops interest, motivation and strong learning behaviours. Topics Challenging work that requires effort builds learning behaviours Repetition is [...]

A parent program to reverse and prevent gifted underachievement.2017-04-16T22:09:27+00:00