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Gifted Kids Tamaki


Gifted Kids Tamaki

Presents “THINKNASIUM – All systems are GO!”

Gifted Kids is pleased to announce the Annual Sharing Nights that are taking place throughout the country in September. Sharing Nights are an opportunity for Gifted Kids students to showcase the learning they have been undertaking throughout the 2012 school year.

When: Wednesday 12 September, 6.00-7.00pm
Tamaki Intermediate School Library, 80A Tripoli Road, Glen Innes, Auckland
Who: Gifted Kids Students from the Tamaki Unit. Deb Clark, CEO, and Lead

This year students will be showcasing projects that focus on the ‘systems’ curriculum they have been studying this year or their own talent development journeys.

The “Thinknasium – All systems are GO!” hosted by Gifted Kids Tamaki will be presenting student projects that include games that have been designed, invented and produced, artwork that has been created, interactive sessions that guests can get involved in, and other “passion projects” that give the students, parents, communities and supporters a chance to celebrate the diverse learning undertaken by our students every year.

Gifted Kids is a community based not-for-profit organisation that develops and delivers gifted education services for children, predominately in low socio-economic areas. Gifted Kids is a place where exceptionally talented and creative children are given a space to develop their diverse talents, strengths and abilities and be surrounded by like-minded peers.

For more information on Sharing Nights please visit our website:

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