This World Autism Acceptance Week, 28 March - 3 April, we have a suite of free resources for all age groups to help your colleagues and students learn about autism and better understand their classmates. You can download Early Years, Primary and Secondary resources below and watch the videos.
Our suite of learning resources are here to help you and your school learn about being autistic and the challenges autistic young people face. We hope that you and your students will enjoy using them. You will find all activities, videos and teacher packs for Early Years, Primary and Secondary below.
Early years resources
Meet Eli. A lively boy who is autistic. Eli and his mother have written a poem about being autistic and you can share a video of Eli reading it with your little ones. There is also a poem poster and listening cards for circle time.
Meet Eli. A lively boy who is autistic. Eli and his mother have written a poem about being autistic and you can share a video of Eli reading it with your pupils. There is a whole school assembly and classroom activities for your pupils. They will help your pupils understand what autism is, what the key characteristics are and what they can do to support their autistic classmates in their school.
Our secondary resources include an assembly, tutor-time activities and a short animation about two young autistic people, as well as a Q and A with the animator, who is also autistic. They will help your students understand what autism is, what the key characteristics are and what they can do to support autistic young people in their school. Share the films and activities in your tutor group and engage your students in a wider discussion about autism.
My Journey - a short animation about two young autistic people going to a local youth group
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