Exercise stimulates and stretches ‘Most Able’ pupils’ potential

Pupils at Farlingaye High, Woodbridge, prepare their presentations as part of the Most Able Student

Pupils at Farlingaye High, Woodbridge, prepare their presentations as part of the Most Able Student Day at the school. - Credit: Archant

Gifted pupils gathered for the latest in a series of events aimed at helping them realise their early academic promise.

The Most Able set of learners at Farlingaye High School are identified as having what it takes to excel across a range of subjects in the three key stages of secondary education.

Pupils combined to come up with a presentation on the opportunities and challenges they may face in their immediate and more distant future.

Final presentations are set to take place later this month in front of a judging panel.

The off-timetable programme is monitored throughout the year by coordinator, Barry Hawtin, and teachers linked to a variety of subjects – from English, maths and science, to languages, creative arts and PE, along with whole-school opportunities not linked to a specific subject.


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