More able/gifted and talented policy: examples

Find examples of policies for the most able, more able or gifted and talented pupils from primary and secondary schools. Use them for inspiration if you're writing or reviewing your own policy.

Last reviewed on 29 September 2023
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  1. Primary school examples
  2. Secondary school examples
  3. Stretch and challenge your more able pupils

Please note: schools tend to use a number of different terms when referring to higher-achieving pupils. These can include more able, most able, and gifted and talented pupils – or a combination of these terms (as you'll see below).

Primary school examples

Community school in Oxfordshire

The more able learner policy from Woodstock CofE Primary School includes sections on:

  • The roles and responsibilities of the headteacher, co-ordinators and teachers
  • Identifying more able, gifted and talented (MAGT) pupils
  • Planning provision for MAGT pupil
  • Checklists for effective use of the learning environment

Academy in Cambridgeshire

Crosshall Junior Academy Trust has an able, gifted and talented policy, covering:

  • Its definitions of able, gifted and talented (AG&T)
  • How AG&T pupils are identified
  • Its provision for these pupils
  • Opportunities for extension and enrichment

Secondary school examples

Academy in Sutton

How MAGT pupils are identified How data analysis, rewards and intervention works for this cohort Roles and responsibilities of the co-ordinator

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