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Welcome
Welcome to the website of Potential Plus UK. We are an independent charity established in 1967 which works with the whole family to support children with high learning potential (gifted and talented). Our aim is to work with parents and carers so that you can:

DISCOVER your child's potential

NURTURE their gifts and talents

Work with you and also with professionals to help your child SUCCEED

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NEW: Too Many Children Still Getting Bullied for Being Different
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Webinars
Potential Plus UK have 3 webinars now available to book. ...
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E-Academy proposal
Wey ecademy is an on-line school for students between 10 and 19 launching i...
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High Intelligence is a Special Need
An article in today's TES (Times Educational Supplement) discusses the pros and cons of classing...
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Boris Johnson Missed the Point on IQ
A recent article in The Guardian by Deborah Orr addresses the need to look further than IQ on its own. Read the full article here. ...
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