The Big Transitions for Autistic and SEND Pupils after Lockdown

Practical help, advice and resources to help you prepare your Autistic and SEND children for the big transitions as lockdown begins to ease.
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The Big Transitions for Autistic and SEND Pupils after Lockdown

What you'll learn on this course

This course is for Senior Leaders, Teaching staff and Parents and explores the challenges that will face autistic and SEND pupils going through transitions this year.

  • 1

    Introduction – What’s happened?

    • Welcome to SchudioTV!

    • Introduction – What’s happened?

  • 2

    Starting school in Reception class

    • Starting school in Reception class

  • 3

    Starting a new class in September

    • Starting a new class in September

  • 4

    Starting Secondary school - What schools can do

    • Starting Secondary school - What schools can do

  • 5

    Starting Secondary School - What parents can do

    • Starting Secondary School - What parents can do

  • 6

    Starting Secondary School - For Pupils

    • Starting Secondary School - For Pupils

  • 7

    Starting college - What colleges can do

    • Starting college - What colleges can do

  • 8

    Starting college - What parents and students can do

    • Starting college - What parents and students can do

  • 9

    Making the most of your school or college website for transition

    • Making the most of your school or college website for transition

    • Livestream Q&A Replay with Lynn McCann

    • Your next step ... Join us!

    • Connect with Reachout ASC

    • Share this course

How long will this course take to complete? This short course takes less than 60 minutes to complete.

Your Instructor

Instructor

Lynn McCann

Lynn McCann and her Team at Reachout ASC are a centre of excellence in supporting autistic children and young people in the education system. They are currently working closely with parents and schools to support their autistic pupils through the lockdown. Lynn is the author of three books for teachers, and delivers training and speaking engagements around the country. The team specialises in supporting educational accessibility, mental wellbeing and personal development with their autistic students.