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Practical Advice for Supporting Children with Autism in Mainstream - Spring 2022


Category SEND & Inclusion Teaching Assistants & Support Staff

Target audienceTeacher
Teaching Assistant

Audience capacity40

Online platformMicrosoft Teams


Type1 session x 7 hrs
1 session x 7 hrs


To provide a deeper understanding of children with autism and their specific needs
To offer practical advice and strategies for working in the mainstream classroom with children with autism


This course will give participants a better understanding of autism and why children with autism behave in certain ways.  It will also give participants a range of practical ideas to use on a daily basis with the children they support.  On each day of the course there will be taught sessions from 9 - 10.30am and 1 - 2.30pm.  Participants will be completing independent learning tasks from 11 - 12pm and 3 - 4pm and workbooks will need to be sent to the course tutor for marking before the next session starts.

Come and join me as we think about how children and young people learn and think differently, and how we can use this understanding to help them to thrive in the mainstream classroom.

1 Bookings available

Wednesday 09:00

Session 1: 19 January 2022 - >

Session 2: 20 January 2022 - >

Professional Learning Packages:

Schools have the option to buy a professional learning (PL) package for Teaching Assistants & Support Staff. Once purchased, the PL Booker for each school can book two people onto all courses within Teaching Assistants & Support Staff. Additional places will be charged at the cost displayed on the course page.

To purchase the package:

  • Log into the hub
  • Scroll down to the Schools Traded Services Store
  • Click ''Enfield Education'
  • Select the package of professional learning you which to purchase
  • If you are purchasing for more than one school, select the school you are purchasing for

Packages can be purchased for non-Enfield schools, please select the OutOfBorough option.


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