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#Centre for Talented Youth

# centre-for-talented-youth - Saturday 8 October, 2016

Three challenges of being an exceptionally gifted child - cyberbullying, underachieving and money

“If we were talking about ensuring that children with learning difficulties were getting the best education they possibly could – this wouldn’t even be questioned.”

# centre-for-talented-youth - Saturday 20 December, 2014

Fresh thinking for gifted children with no family history of college

A free programme which offers extra-curricular classes was a hit in Limerick.

# centre-for-talented-youth - Tuesday 6 August, 2013

"We all have a particular talent - but it's one with a bad reputation"

Every year, thousands of academically above-average students attend the Centre for Talented Youth in DCU. Here, four teenagers explains what it means to them.

# centre-for-talented-youth - Saturday 4 August, 2012

"Are smart kids misrepresented in the media? Definitely."

Thousands of academically above-average students attend the Centre for Talented Youth every year. Here, three teenagers explain what it means to them.

# centre-for-talented-youth - Sunday 29 April, 2012

How are gifted young people cared for in Ireland?

TheJournal.ie spoke to the Irish Centre for Talented Youth to debunk some of the myths surrounding exceptionally-abled children and young people in Ireland.