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Scitech Gifted and Talented Program

If you’ve got students who are passionate about science, we’d love to invite them to join our community of like-minded young people.

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Scitech’s GT Program

Encouraging and supporting gifted and talented students to enrich their STEM experience is vital. That’s why we partnered with the Department of Education and Woodside to offer an exclusive three-year program for gifted and talented students in Years 7, 8 and 9.

The program empowers students to make the leap from Primary Extension and Challenge (PEAC) programs to high school. By exploring the wonder and possibilities of STEM within a learning environment that will challenge and inspire them, students can confidently apply their knowledge to the world around us.

In several special events every year, students get to mix with their mentors – all graduate volunteers from Woodside. And at a series of talks with a wide range of STEM experts, they also get opportunities to engage with leading scientists and engineers.

If you’re a PEAC teacher or coordinator and have a gifted and talented Year 6 student, you can nominate them into the program.

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