Parent Information Session - December, 2016
Creaney PEAC
PEAC Overview PEAC is a centrally supported supplementary program.
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AQWA As well as the centres above, PEAC courses are also run at the Aquarium of WA - AQWA  Scitech Some of our most popular PEAC courses are held at Scitech
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The Policy for the Education of Gifted and Talented Students indicates that there are two levels of provision for gifted and talented government school students in Western Australia: school-based and supplementary. Primary Extension and Challenge (PEAC) is a centrally supported supplementary program. PEAC in the North Metropolitan Education Region caters to the special learning needs of gifted and talented students in Years 5 and 6. PEAC centres offer a wide range of extension courses as well as specialist courses in a variety of community and educational settings. PEAC courses are self funding and course charges range from a minimum of $10 up to $100 depending on course requirements, such as:     use of an external venue     incursions/excursions     specialist teachers eg chess, cartooning     materials and additional resources     consumables     clerical support   The North Metropolitan Education Region PEAC staff also offers a professional development program for teachers to support school-based provision for gifted and talented students K-6. An emphasis is placed on teaching and learning strategies which support the district Curriculum Improvement Program. Supporting teachers through professional development means that gifted and talented students, including early childhood students, can be catered for at the school level. The North Metropolitan Education Region comprises over 200 government primary schools. Identified students from these schools have access to programs at our PEAC centres. Offering programs across the centres provides a wider choice and flexibility in selection of courses.
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