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We’re building a growing resource library here, which we hope will help support you and your pupils. It’s small at the moment, but will grow to include articles, videos and information sheets. You can use the filters on the left to just show the items that you’re interested in.

And if you have an idea for a topic that we haven’t covered, but should be – let us know using this form.  We’d love to hear from you.


Precision Teaching – an introductory guide

Precision Teaching is an intervention approach aimed at improving a student’s fluency in a skill where automaticity is required. Teaching objectives are ALWAYS specific and teaching sessions are daily, brief and timed.

Questioning – what is the best strategy? Tell me!

Children with learning difficulties (LD) and autism often have the information you are asking them for, but don't understand the question or how it is being asked. This article will go through some top tips for educators and parents.

Autism and Puberty

This article will look at understanding puberty as a child with autism and what school and parents can do to help support them.

Sliding scales

Sliding scales are a great way to help children with Autism grasp a number of different behavioural, social and relationship issues.

Comic strip conversations

People with autism often see social situations differently from others and find it hard to read ‘social cues’. It is extremely important to teach both what to do and why we do it, in different social situations. ‘Comic strip conversations’ can be used to address these difficulties and aim to improve a person’s social understanding.

Become a listening champion – webinar

In this Webinar Sue Muir, one of our teachers of the deaf looked at the importance of schools having a 'hearing champion' a member of staff who can be an advocate for the needs of hearing-impaired pupils and who can make sure that their needs are understood and taken care of within the classroom.

Sensory Circuits/ Sensory Diets

Sensory circuits can be a great way to help children with autism manage their anxieties and can encourage self-regulation. Sensory [...]