Schools start joint classes for gifted GEP pupils to mix with peers

A Physical Education class in Rosyth School where Gifted Education Programme pupils and mainstream pupils get to interact with one another.
A Physical Education class in Rosyth School where Gifted Education Programme pupils and mainstream pupils get to interact with one another.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

Mixed classes in 4 out of 9 GEP primary schools; more to follow

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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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 11, 2019, with the headline 'Schools start joint classes for gifted pupils to mix with peers'. Print Edition | Subscribe