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Identifying Gifted and Talented Learners - Getting Started

This guidance booklet from the National Strategies aims to support schools in developing good practice in identification, particularly in relation to under-achieving, gifted and talented learners, and those groups who are not traditionally well-represented in gifted and talented populations.

The resource gives guidance on:

* Government policy on identification of gifted and talented learners
* The Institutional Quality Standards (IQS) and Classroom Quality Standards (CQS)
* Institution-wide identification processes
* General characteristics of gifted and talented learners
* Underachievement
* Identification methods
* Identifying the top 5% of the ability range nationally in secondary schools and colleges
* Indicators of gifts and talents related to phase
* From identification to provision
* Personalisation: from identification to practice
* Prompts for identification within the classroom

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