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Activity workshops for children and training seminars for teachers are again on offer as part of British Mensa's innovative partnership with the Westwood Academy.

The sessions will all be held at the academy in Coventry. Activity days are separated by age, and the first three - one each for four to six-year-olds, seven to nine-year olds and 10 to 12-year-olds - are available to book now.

14 Nov 2016

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The producers behind Child Genius are on the lookout for star spellers and tiny tap dancers for a new ITV show, Little Big Shots.

The programme will showcase and celebrate young talent, and the producers are keen to hear from potential stars.

The show is solely focused on celebrating and showcasing young talent - it is not a competition or game show. Whether individuals, duos or groups of youngsters, the only rule is that children are aged between three and 13.

22 Jun 2016

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Do you know a young bright spark who is just brilliant at spelling?

Remarkable Television, the makers of Pointless and Million Pound Drop, are looking for contestants aged between nine and 13 for a new programme, Spelling Star.

If your child has a love of words and would enjoy taking on a host of fun spelling games and challenges, visit http://www.spellingstarapplications.co.uk for full entry details.

13 Apr 2016

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Lyn Kendall with Mensa chief executive John Stevenage and Jane Benton, head teacher of the Westwood Academy

The first Mensa-Westwood Academy seminar for parents of gifted children proved a huge success.

06 Oct 2015

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It’s that time of year when parents of 10 and 11-year-olds are faced with the million dollar question – which secondary school to choose?

It’s a difficult decision for all parents, but those with particularly bright children can find themselves agonising over what’s best.

08 Oct 2014

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Some of Britain’s most extraordinary children will be putting their brainpower to the test in the second series of Channel 4’s Child Genius, starting on Sunday, July 20.

14 Jul 2014

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After 46 years, The National Association for Children, the child and family support charity, changed its name yesterday (4 February 2013) to Potential Plus UK.

At its formal launch, held at Reed Smith in the City of London, Denise Yates, Chief Executive of the newly named organisation said:

04 Feb 2013

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