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17th August 19

Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Primary and Secondary Inclusion Development Programme (IDP): Supporting pupils on the autism spectrum

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The link below provides access to an e-learning course which is part of the Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) and will assist teachers in supporting pupils on the autism spectrum in mainstream schools.

 

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Inclusion Development Programme - Supporting children on the autism spectrum: Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage

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This Inclusion Development Programme document focuses on children on the autism spectrum. It is relevant to all practitioners, teachers, managers and leaders working within the EYFS, with children from birth to the age of five.

 

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Accessing the Curriculum at Key Stages 1 & 2

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Access to a downloadable document which assists the reader in gaining an understanding of the nature of Autistic Spectrum Disorder with particular reference to pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2.  The document gives many useful pointers about how to ensure that such pupils are able to access the curriculum.

 

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Children with autism - Strategies for accessing the curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4

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Children with ASDs often find greater difficulty in coping with school and accessing the curriculum when they move from primary to secondary school. This guidance, produced by the North West SEN Regional Partnership, is aimed at SENCOs and teachers to help them support pupils at Key Stages 3 and 4  in accessing the curriculum as fully as possible.

 

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The guidance in this booklet is intended to give practical help to those who make provision for children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs). It is based on and aims to spread more widely some of the excellent practice occurring across the country. It also aims to help those who are already demonstrating good practice principles to monitor and reflect on their practice with a view to securing continuous improvements.

 

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This section consists of pointers to good practice in various areas of provision for children with ASDs.  Whereas the preceding document provides reference material, these pointers will help service providers to develop their own provision for children with ASDs in the light of practice that has worked well elsewhere.

 

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