We welcome you, the reader, to this source of inspiration
. Language and communication are essential for all people
. Tears and laughter, pain and joy are powerful emotions which bring us all together as one in this field of gifted education. 
We must nurture the essence of the child and more importantly, it is up to us to advance gifted education. By Tuteira Pohatu, 2009.


Have your say during Gifted Awareness Week at the Political Panels, or click here to familiarise yourself with the political parties’ views on gifted education:

Can someone from our new Speakers’ Bureau help you to celebrate Gifted Awareness Week closer to home?

Read and share the new Position Statement on Gifted Students as Priority Learners compiled by giftEDnz, NZAGC and the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education.

Are we making progress in Gifted Education?
Read the Apex article by Tracy Riley and Brenda Bicknell.
See what the news media are saying.

We invite you to our 2014 conference, a joint venture with Ministry of Inspiration:

ignited14_logogiftEDnz provides a way of working together to nurture our gifted and talented students: teachers, principals, counsellors, RTLBs, educational psychologists, teacher educators, professional development providers, researchers, postgraduate students and anyone with a professional interest in gifted and talented education.


Our thanks to:
The Todd Foundation for their generous support in establishing giftEDnz.