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GEP For Primary Five Students

Individualised study option (ISO)

P5 students participate in one of the following ISOs:

Individualized Research Study (IRS)
Students who do IRS will use research skills learned in Primary 4. Teacher mentors will guide the students in the choice of a topic and in the progress of the whole project. Students may be given opportunities to present their projects in school or at an ISO Exhibition. 

Innovative Project (IvP)
The objective of this programme is to expose pupils who have an interest in innovation and invention to the innovation process. They will be given opportunities to generate new ideas and innovative ways to solve real-life problems as well as to interact with their peers and mentors. An IvP Fair is held each year for presentations and exhibition of students' work. This will definitely benefit them in their presentation skills and prepare them to face new challenges. 

Destination ImagiNation (DI)
This process-based programme builds up the participant's creativity, problem-solving, and teamwork in enjoyable and meaningful ways. It also helps participants build life-long skills such as critical thinking and time management. Up to seven participants work together as a team to create their solution to a Team Challenge, which can have a focus that is theatrical, structural, improvisational, scientific or technical. Teams also learn and practice creative quick-thinking skills for the Instant Challenge portion of the programme. 

Integration Programme For P5 GEP And High Ability Students

The Integration Programme in Rosyth which the students have started in P4 will continue when they are in P5 to allow for enriched learning experiences among students in the GEP and non-GEP students. 

intermingling programmes

GIFT - Guided Instruction For Thinking

This programme is a follow-up of PEAKS@Rosyth in P4. Pupils who participate in the intermingling programme engage in challenging and hands-on activities involving mathematical, scientific and language skills. They learn to analyse problems, work in teams and present confidently to an audience. 

The programme is designed with the following activities: 
Maths and Science Modules - Enrichment through hands-on activities
Writing workshop - Provides more creative writing opportunities

These programmes are usually held after school or during school hours after formal tests and examinations.