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The AET Autism Standards

The AET has developed a dedicated set of standards for all three phases:
AET Early Years Autism Standards
AET Schools Autism Standards
AET Post 16 Autism Standards
The below bite-sized learning resources will help you to understand why the AET Autism Standards are an indispensable tool for all education settings. They will also enable you to start the process of evaluating your practice in addressing the needs of children and young people on the autism spectrum.
The standards have been designed for use across all types of educational settings from mainstream to special and specialist, at all levels of ability. The standards mirror the categories established by the AET training. There are interactive links from the set of standards to resources that demonstrate how a school or provider might implement practice or policy. The standards also link to the AET Autism Competency Framework, the SEND Code of Practice and the Ofsted Framework.
Please download the AET Autism Standards from the above links.

AUTISM STANDARDS

What are the AET Autism Standards?

 

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The Individual Pupil

 

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Building Relationships

 

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Curriculum and Learning

 

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Enabling Environments

 

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