Forgotten your login details?
Visit our shop to buy books, Fact Sheets & educational toys.
Purchase our books of the month
Sign up to our monthly
Could your Child be Gifted?
Ofsted Report: Too many of our brightest children are being let down
Potential Plus UK, the children’s charity that works with children with hi...
Unleashing the Potential of Children and Young People with High Intellectual Abilities
The European Economic and Social Committee has published its proposals and recom...
Investigation of Key Stage 2 Level 6 Tests
Sheffield Hallam University's Centre for Education and Inclusion Research (CEIR)...
Opportunities to Work for Potential Plus UK
Two new opportunities have arisen to work for Potential Plus UK. Based in Milton...
Improve Your Research Skills!
Young people have the opportunity to take advantage of this unique opportunity t...
How to meet the needs of child prodigies?
A recent article in the Times Educational Supplement online included profiles of...
Unique Taster Opportunity at the New College of the Humanities
The recently founded New College of the Humanities is offering family and school...
Launch of Name Change
After 46 years, The National Association for Children, the child and family supp...
A Great Time to Join as a School Member
The start of a new school term is always a good time to assess the provision a s...
Assessments for High Learning Potential
We are delighted to announce the launch of our Assessment for High Learning Pote...
2013 Dux Award
The Westminster Government has announced the NEW 2013 Dux Awards Scheme and regi...
Film Making Competition
Severn Trent Water and IGGY have joined together to provide an exciting online c...
8 out of 10 Parents Identify Problems at Home
In a recent poll on this website we asked parents whether they experienced famil...
Last Chance to get your 2013 Calendar!
We have just a few 2013 calendars left, which are now available at the great val...
NAGC Supports CBI Education Report
"Helping our most able children to maximise their potential; beginning this at p...
Children Forced to Hide their Skills and Talents is a National Disgrace
The National Association for Gifted Children, the UK charity that works with par...
Take Part in a Challenge for a Great Cause!
A member is organising a charity climb up Snowdon in a group with an experienced...
Booking Deadline Approaches!
The booking deadline for the BIG Family Weekend and Enigma Challenges is fast ap...
Professional Development to Support Pupils with High Learning Potential
Professional development for teachers, G&T coordinators, governors and teach...
NAGC urges support for high learning potential children
NAGC today welcomed the proposals put forward by the Sutton Trust to promote soc...
Bright students coasting to A*s
NAGC's Chief Executive, Denise Yates, today issued this response to the HMC repo...
Top Pupils Dumb Down
In an article on BBC News today William Richardson, general secretary of the Hea...
Progression and Achievement: Gifted and Talented Conference
Optimus Education's annual Progression & Achievement: Gifted & Talented 2012...
Ofsted Speaks Up for our Brightest Kids
Our Chief Executive, Denise Yates, today lent her support to the statement issue...
ECHA Conference Update
The 13th ECHA Internation Conference took place in Germany last week with speake...
The UK Space Design Competition
The Imperial College London is raising aspirations by giving secondary school st...
NAGC Presents at European Conference
NAGC's Deputy Chief Executive, Julie Taplin, and Education Consultant, Rebecca H...
Getting Better Connected
In order to get better connected with you, NAGC would like to know which social ...
Nurturing the Elite
An article in today's Telegraph showed just the kind of advocacy we need for gif...
Children's Research Skills Workshop
In partnership with NAGC, the Children's Research Centre will be running an...
Research on Parental Concerns about Teenagers with High Learning Potential
NAGC are conducting research about the concerns parents have about their teenage...
IGGY Short Story Competition
The IGGY and Litro Short Story competition for 11-19 year olds is a great opport...
Gifted Children Once Again the Victims of Political Correctness
Why is it so wrong in the UK these days to say that a child wants to be stretche...
More Challenge Needed for Talented Pupils in Wales
A report by Estyn, the inspection body for education and training in Wales, has ...
Higher National Curriculum Primary Standards
The new Primary National Curriculum Programme draft, announced on 12th June 2012...
Dual and Multiple Exceptionality in the Headline
Current headlines in the media about an academy not accepting an 11 year old pup...
Help Sheets for Children
The help and advice sheets written specifically for children and young people ha...
New Look for Parents and Carers
Check out the new look pages on our website for 'Parents and Carers'. We h...
Living with my Teenage Genius
This article reflects Cameron's mum's experience of supporting a son, who is bot...
David Miliband Visits NAGC
Former Foreign Secr...
Job Opportunities with NAGC
We have two opportunities for staff members based at our Milton Keynes office: M...
NAGC's Comment on Government's New Dux Scheme
The Government has today announced the 2012 Dux Awards Scheme, which aims to enc...
World of Difference
With funding from Vodaphone's 'World of Difference' programme NAGC member G...
Discounted Study Skills Course
This is a programme of workshops delivered by Karmichael Education to help stude...
US Summer School for State School Students
Fulbright is working with the Sutton Trust on a summer school for bright, state ...
Young NAGC members don't forget that there is a live discussion for 6 - 10 year ...
Council Axes Gifted Children Programme
Bath and North East Somerset Council have announced that their programme of supp...
Don't Forget Bright Young Offenders
In 'Releasing Potential', a report published today, The National Association for...
BIG Adventure Weekend
NAGC is delighted to announce the details of its third annual BIG Adventure Week...
Gifted! The Story of a Teenage Genius
Cameron Thompson has been hailed by m...
Registered charity No. 313182
Copyright © NAGC 2012