The Genius Pathway takes students from Year 3 through to Year 6. Students can join at any point in time and progress to reach their goal. Whether that be OC, Selective or obtaining a Scholarship, we can help you get there.
It is essential to start preparation early to help your child achieve their goal without overloading or overwhelming them. A strong foundation in maths and English coupled with extension is the best way to ensure success down the track while enjoying learning.
A child who has untapped potential and their needs are not met at school may be at risk of disengagement and missing out on future opportunities.
2021 OC PLACEMENT TEST UPDATE: We have updated our OC program to reflect the new changes made to this year’s OC test. Click Here to read about the new changes.
Gaining entry into a Selective High School or obtaining a scholarship to a private school is extremely competitive. Students will be extended and their confidence boosted to prepare them to join our exclusive Selective/Scholarship preparation program.
“We first met the Cheema family when they came in for a face-to-face consultation at our Kogarah campus. They were very keen to have their son Zaviar prepped with us to sit a scholarship test. The family, who originate from Sydney now reside in Parkes, a small town in…” Click to Read More
““Don’t waste your time and money Majeda, she is just an average student. She will never make it to selective.” These were the words that changed my daughter’s life. Although it happened a decade ago, remembering what my daughter’s schoolteacher told us…...” Click to Read More
Global Education Academy is the epicentre of transformational learning, which happens when research and learning converge. Our goal is for our students to have a learning experience that will shift the way they think and understand.
‘Teaching for understanding’ is our motto. We apply it to every lesson, every session and every conversation with our students. We know that understanding leads learners to achieve success not only with their current studies but later in life and their careers.
In Who Cares about Maths, Anyway?, Dr Majeda Awawdeh, addresses the top issues with Australia’s current education system in her honest, analytical overview. Over the course of the book, teachers, students and parents are given the opportunity to explore the deep-seated problems of their current school system, including a lack of teacher training and development, one-size-fits-all curricula and unfocused government funding.
Along with this insightful analysis, Dr Awawdeh introduces a long-term vision that can improve the system for all involved, resulting in the progression of student success and higher ranking worldwide. Individuals looking for in-depth research in the area of the Australian education system will find her book a valuable resource in their quest to solve the problems today’s students face.