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This resource helps practitioners identify gifted and talented pupils, resolve underachievement, develop strategies for gifted and talented pupils, and devise a tailored curriculum for able pupils.


Educational enrichment is ‘the deliberate rounding out of the basic curriculum subjects with ideas and knowledge that enable a pupil to be aware of the wider context of a subject area.’ (Freeman, 1998)

Defining Enrichment

There may be some confusion between the concepts of enrichment and extension; some use the terms interchangeably, considering both to refer to differentiation of the subject curriculum encompassing the exploration of a topic to a greater extent than is normally required; others think of extension work as being accelerated progress to more challenging subject ...

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