Wakefield Schools Making Sense of Autism 22 November & 13 December 2023 JA - closed session

Schools
Schools Making Sense of Autism
Date
22 November, 2023
Time
03:30:PM - 05:00:PM
Date
13 December, 2023
Time
03:30:PM - 05:00:PM
organiser
venue

Horbury St Peters & Clifton - closed session school staff only
United Kingdom

Local authority location of training
  • Wakefield

Who is this module for?

This module is an awareness-raising module for all staff in a school community, whether they be teachers, learning support assistants, school meals supervisors, or taxi drivers. The module provides an introduction to autism and the reasonable adjustments that need to be considered when working with autistic pupils.

The aims

  • To extend your understanding of how autism affects pupils in school
  • To increase your expertise in recognising a pupil’s individual strengths and differences
  • To develop your skills in identifying barriers to learning for autistic pupils
  • To develop your understanding of what “reasonable adjustments” need to be made to support an autistic pupil in your setting.

Learning objectives

  • Approach autism as a difference rather than as a deficit or disorder
  • Recognise the three areas of difference for autistic pupils and how these can affect them
  • Listen to and learn from the perspectives of autistic pupils and their parents/ carers
  • Reflect on your practice and implement reasonable adjustments to support autistic pupils.

This training is only for the staff at Horbury St Peters & Clifton Infants School and is a closed session

If you require information regarding other training dates please contact us on the email above