Children in Wales are being " unchallenged and their opportunities are being wasted" that's the finding of the National Association for gifted children and backed up in a report by education watchdog Estyn.
Today, Welsh Conservative AM Suzie Davies questions whether the support is there for the more able and talented pupil in Wales.
The Welsh Government responded to the findings saying there are plans to ensure all children are supported to reach their full potential.
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