PEAC’s Mission to cultivate confident, active and successful learners is done in partnership with parents and schools. We work together to nurture and advocate for academically able students.
The following links may provide useful resources to assist parents and schools in this role.
- https://www.education.wa.edu.au/gifted-and-talented – Department of Education Gifted and Talented Unit
- http://www.gatcawa.org – This is the site of the Gifted and Talented Children’s Association Western Australia. Keep up to date with what is happening in WA for gifted children and their parents.
- https://www.prufrock.com/parenting_resources.aspx – Parenting gifted children.
- https://www.hoagiesgifted.org/ – A wonderful introduction to the concept of giftedness.
PEAC endeavours to utilise community resources and work with educational and commercial organisations to enhance learning. We promote opportunities for students to have access to people who work in the fields of study. We offer many incursions/excursions with universities, Museum WA, AQWA, Scitech, Kings Park Education as well as a variety of professionals in fields such as cartooning, emergency first aid, animal welfare and humanitarian work.
Other than PEAC courses, there are opportunities for students to engage in community programs such as Scitech GT, Scitech Challenge Day and Ted Ed.