Pupils from gifted programme share classes with their primary school mates

GEP and non-GEP pupils at Rosyth School attending music class together, on July 9, 2019. Since 2018, Rosyth School has placed it's Pri 4 GEP pupils in classes with mainstream pupils for subjects such as music, PE and art.
GEP and non-GEP pupils at Rosyth School attending music class together, on July 9, 2019. Since 2018, Rosyth School has placed it's Pri 4 GEP pupils in classes with mainstream pupils for subjects such as music, PE and art.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - Primary schools with the Gifted Education Programme (GEP) have started classes for gifted pupils and their schoolmates to mix daily.

Since last year, Rosyth School has placed its Primary 4 GEP pupils in classes with mainstream pupils for all non-academic subjects such as physical education, music and art.

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