Wednesday, 7 December 2016

G.A.T.E.WAYS 2017 Brainwaves Clubs at North Sydney Demonstration School

G.A.T.E.WAYS has availability in their semester 1, 2017 Brainwaves Clubs at North Sydney Demonstration School. This is a Saturday afternoon club, run fortnightly from 1:30-4:30pm. These clubs provide further extension in your child’s areas of strength and extends beyond the school curriculum. All clubs are run by presenters who are experts both in their given fields and in gifted and talented education.

The following clubs will be running:

Year Levels
Club Focus
Cross curricular
2 and 3
SciSpies - FULL
2 and 3
4, 5 and 6
4, 5 and 6
Da Vincis
4, 5 and 6

DinoMites Club: 
Is for children who like to be immersed in rich learning experiences that span across all curriculum areas- science, maths, language, technology, philosophy, and creative arts.

Apprentices and Tolkiens Clubs:
Are for children who demonstrate advanced language skills with a passion for reading and writing, as well as a love of drama and creative pursuits.

SciSpies and Einsteins Clubs:
Are for children who like to hypothesize and experiment, use logical thinking to problem solve, and want to extend their knowledge in science, maths and technology.

We live in an exciting time. Technology is progressing at a rate that very few of us can comprehend and there is a shift away from more traditional workplaces to ones where employees ride scooters around the building and are mandated to play video games during their lunch break. Society requires entrepreneurs, creative people with ideas who are not afraid to take risks. That is the essence of the Da Vincis. We take risks. We look at what has been done before, analyse it and build something better. We learn to understand complex principles and work collaboratively to problem solve tasks that would normally be saved for those many years older.
If you are interested, please see Sydney Brainwaves Club Flyer and online enrolment instructions for further information. Alternatively, contact Meghan Bassett at


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