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Child Genius is set to return to Channel 4 for a third series in 2015, exploring the extraordinary lives of gifted children and their families.

Production company Wall to Wall Media is once again searching for the country’s brightest young minds to take part in the competition.

The five-part series will follow a group of children as they battle to be crowned Child Genius 2015 in a competition devised in association with high IQ society British Mensa and other leading children's education experts. 

20 Nov 2014

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Brain Training app - Available from the Apple App store now

The new Mensa Brain Training app is now available for an exclusive trial period in Ireland.

The app contains exercises designed to help you improve reasoning, concentration and memory.

It tailors to your training program and then trains your brain the fun way.

The app is available on the iTunes store in Ireland only, at a cost of €1.79. For further details click here

19 Nov 2014

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Two Tribes

Want to put your quick-thinking skills to the test for the chance to win cash prizes?

Remarkable Television, the team behind Pointless, Deal or No Deal and the Million Pound Drop, are looking for contestants for a new series of the BBC quiz show Two Tribes.

The show, hosted by Pointless star Richard Osman, splits contestants into “tribes” based on their answers to a host of questions such as left or right handed, state or private education – then pits the tribes against each other in quick-fire quiz.

14 Nov 2014

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Potential Plus campaign

Potential Plus UK, the national charity which works with children with high learning potential has joined forces with Kidscape, Carers Trust, Diversity Role Models and the Autistic Society on a new project, Being Me launched today in time for Anti-Bullying week to support those children being bullied at school because they are ‘different’.

22 Oct 2014

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