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If you are a teacher or work in a school we have a wealth of autism resources for you. Sign up to MyWorld, and have practical tips on helping autistic children emailed to you every fortnight. Find information on teaching pre-school children through to students in higher education as well as more resources from the Autism Education Trust.

Everything you need to know

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Free teaching resources

Sign up to MyWorld now for your free autism education resources.

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Recognising autism

Information and advice for professional teachers to recognise autism and plan the right support

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In the classroom

Autistic pupils can find school challenging. Read about formal strategies, interventions and informal ways you can help.


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Unstructured times

Autistic pupils may find unstructured times particularly difficult. Learn how you can help them to better cope. 


Information and advice for education staff on how to stop bullying of autistic pupils.
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Resources for education professionals.

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Transition tips

Advice on guiding young people through transition, including those starting at college or university.


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Further and Higher Education

Resources and information for professionals working with autistic students in colleges and universities.
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Teaching young children

Read our information and advice about understanding and supporting pre-school children who are autistic.

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School trips

How schools can make sure that school trips are inclusive to autistic pupils and why this is important.  

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Autism and Education: Good practice guide

Read our new short guide for local authorities and schools in England.

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Free schools resources

If you're a teacher or parent, ask your school to use our free learning resources for all age groups.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 15/03/2019 10:18:42