November GATCA Brain Break
Get Connected with like minded peers!
FINAL BRAIN BREAK for the YEAR
Friday, November 9
10:00am – 12:00pm
The weather is warming up, just the right time to get outside and get some vitamin D to shake off those winter blues!
Brain Breaks provide an opportunity for school aged children to socialise and meet like-minded peers in a park playground setting. Bring a rug, your morning tea and enjoy a break in the great outdoors.
Even if your children are at school and you would like to connect with other GATCA parents you are most welcome to join us for a chat. Brain Breaks has been scheduled for the second Friday of every month February to November (with some exceptions see previous post) so put the dates in your diary. Look forward to seeing you there!
Monday the 12th of Nov
9.30 am – 11am
Stickybeaks Playground Cafe (This is a child friendly venue)
37 Kings Park Rd, West Perth
Come along to ask questions, meet the GATCA committee, find out about IQ tests, GATCA Resources, math programs, reading programs…
We will be at one of the tables in the shade with a GATCA sign!
Information Evening Mathletics and Spellodrome
Attendance to the evening will secure subscription prices lower than have ever before been offered.
DATE : 14 November 2018
WHERE : Lecture Theatre at Perth Modern School
TIME : 6pm – 7.30 pm
A 3P Learning representative will talk to parents about Mathletics and Spellodrome 2 of the most popular programs used to WA schools. Learn how using these products can help you at home and how to produce achievement reports that are well recognised by teachers.
Attendees will gain access to admin level logins to the complete Australian curricula in maths. Learn how easy it is to go directly to the level of the student’s ability and accelerate where-ever necessary.
You will be shown how Spellodrome is best used (a great little programme to practice spelling) Spelling diagnostics, Naplan practice papers and much more….
Family and friends welcome
RSVP: email@example.com as a light supper will be provided and we would like to make sure the room has enough chairs.
|National Survey: The effect of Giftedness on Social Isolation in Children: The role of Primary Extension Programs|
|This is a nation-wide study. The hope of this study is to uncover whether academic extension programs can help to alleviate any social and emotional difficulties experienced by gifted children, to assist in the future location of government funding towards these programs.
It should take approximately 5 minutes to complete and is entirely anonymous.
Monday December the 10th at 7.45 am
Challenger Parade, City Beach
- Committee elections
- Special Resolution: Object changes/updates