Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College has announced the launch of a new program in 2023, designed specifically for gifted and high-potential students – Bridging the GaHP. This program aims to provide these students with the support they need to reach their full potential and succeed in all areas of life.
The Head of the program, Renee Keane, is a highly qualified and experienced member of staff at Bishop Tyrrell. Mrs Keane has a degree in Science (Psychology) and Education from Macquarie University and has been a highly successful member of the Science Faculty at Bishop Tyrrell for 8 years. She has extensive experience in gifted and talented programs and extension programs designed to engage and challenge high-potential students.
Mrs Keane is passionate about chemistry and has a personal connection to the challenges and opportunities that come with having highly capable children. As the leader of this exciting new initiative at Bishop Tyrrell, she is committed to nurturing the complex minds of gifted and high-potential students and guiding them to turn their passions and strengths into rich educational and extension opportunities.
The Bridging the GaHP program is designed to provide these students with opportunities to explore their interests and passions in-depth, to take part in challenging projects and activities, and to collaborate with universities and industry partners. Through this program, students will be encouraged to develop their talents and skills and to pursue their goals and ambitions.
Mrs Keane’s personal experience and her expertise in gifted and talented programs make her the perfect leader for this exciting new initiative at Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College. The Bridging the GaHP program promises to be a life-changing opportunity for gifted and high-potential students, and we look forward to seeing the amazing things that they will achieve.