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Autism and Social Communication


The National Autistic Society have published a document to support with transition. The resource focuses on two main stages of transition: from an Early Years setting to Primary school, and Primary school to Secondary school. The document is on the download section at the bottom entitled ' Supporting learners with autism during transition'.


Net Aware

Net Aware has partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice and activities specifically for parents and carers of children with SEND. We spoke to parents of children with a range of special educational needs such as dyslexia, autism and speech and language difficulties.

Click this link to find out more…..




Autism Awareness Week

There a range of useful resources below!

Meet the Trummies video


National Autistic Society

Look at the downloads section for the following helpful documents. They have a range of supportive ideas and activities:

  •  National Autistic Society Tips
  •  National Autistic Society Tips for Families
  •  Keep Calm Kit
  •  Fun Activities and Learning Resources
  •  Parent and Carer Homeschool Kit



Link to the National Autistic Society’s page. It has lots of links to Social Stories and other useful resources.


You can also download The National Autistic Socieities tips sheets from the download section below.


Trafford Local Offer

The Local Offer page have gathered a lot of useful information. You can access this using the link below:



Resource Links

Social Stories

Here are a couple of links to a social stories about pandemics and the Coronavirus:






Here is a link to a yoga training for teachers page. You need to sign up to access the free resources.



Here is a link to the magazine entitled 'Autism Parenting'.



Free sensory planning with multisensory activities and messy play can be found here: 



www.timestables.co.uk is a great way to practice timestables. You do not need a login and it does not have the time pressure that some pupils find tricky.

There are also some resources in the download section  to support working at home. Many of the activities found on the Speech and Language, SEMH and Motor Skills pages may be useful too.


Files to Download