G&T Dual Exceptional Booklet

This booklet is the first of a series addressing support and provision for gifted and talented pupils

who are either underachieving or at risk of underachieving. The focus of this guidance is the

discussion of underachievement due to dual or multiple exceptionalities as referred to in the last of

the four questions above. Pupils with gifts or talents exist within all groups of pupils. This includes

those pupils who have been identified as having additional learning needs. Pupils from this group

are to be considered when the gifted and talented cohort is being identified. Underrepresentation of

this group within the gifted and talented population may result in considerable underachievement by

pupils whose learning needs are not met.


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