Welcome to the Gifted and Talented Children’s Association of South Australia .

GTCASA is a volunteer organisation committed to enhancing the social, emotional and intellectual development of children and adolescents with high intellectual potential.

We organise events for gifted children, their carers and teachers.



GTCASA Committee

GTCASA  is always  looking for energetic volunteers who understand giftedness and believe in helping to unlock the potential of these special needs children.Please email us at giftedsa@gtcasa.asn.au if you have a couple of free hours to assist us with our plans!  Or contact us if you wish to observe at one of our meetings with a view to joining us

Forthcoming GTCASA events include:

… 2019 SATURDAY CLUB – Term 2 Fine Arts

More details will be available as soon as our Saturday Club coordinator has finalised them so stay posted!

Dates are May 11th and 25th,  June 15th and 29th


The Australian Council on Children and the Media (ACCM) presents

Dr Susan Linn: The Hostile takeover of childhood – protecting children from hidden online marketing A great opportunity for parents and teachers to engage with a leading expert on the commercialisation of childhood

Tuesday 7th May, 2019 7:15pm – 8:45pm FREE event (but audience must register)



Dara School

invites you to attend:


This professional learning course for educators is based upon the Federal Government’s Professional Development Package for Teachers produced by the Gifted Education Research, Resources and Information Centre (GERRIC), University of New South Wales. As this course was originally published in 2005, its content and readings have been updated to reflect current research, practice and evidence in the second decade of the 21st century.

Participating in the program will increase your capacity to cater for the needs of highly able learners. Should you wish to progress to post-graduate studies in Gifted Education at Flinders University, credit may be given to those participants who complete the whole course and submit written critical reflections. Participants will be equipped with workshop materials, PowerPoints and other learning aids.

More information and a flyer here


My name is Ajit Kaur, a PhD student at University of South Australia. I called you yesterday morning and had a telephonic conversation with you. My research study involves adolescents aged between 13-19 years. It is to request you to support in this project by emailing the below invitation to participate to the contacts in your database. This project has been approved by the Human Ethics Committee, UniSA

Subject: Invitation to participate in a research project ‘Role stress and existential stress in adolescents: Relationship with their emotional intelligence and wellbeing.’

More details here







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