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Autistic Spectrum Conditions: developing school-based strategies for supporting pupils to learn

Outline

With more than 1 in 100 people having autism it is likely that most schools will have several children on the autistic spectrum; either with or without a diagnosis. There are a variety of ways that schools can support these children to achieve their potential

Description

This course will provide a safe space for participants to discuss the challenges they face and provide them with the knowledge and understanding to develop actions to take back to school.

Outcomes

On completion of the session participants will:

    • Understand how autism may impact on education
    • Understand the variety of ways in which they can help pupils within school using the latest evidence
    • Be able to recognise the signs of autism in pupils
    • Be able to refer pupils to appropriate service
    • Developed strategies to manage autism in school
    • Receive quality assured resources
    • Have developed a bespoke action plan
    • Possess outcome measures for monitoring action plans

Audience

Pastoral leads and staff, SENCOs support workers, classroom teachers
  • Course length: Half day
  • Theme: Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)
Date: Monday, 17 July 2017 09:00
Venue: Technorth (training room 6) 9 Harrogate Road Leeds LS7 3NB
No SLA Price: £99.00
Full SLA Price: FREE

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