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This webinar will provide head teachers, school leaders, mental health leads, SENDCOs and teachers with first-hand experience of how to support pupils with autism and overcome some of the common challenges schools may face.
In this webinar, mental health and wellbeing expert Anna Bateman, discusses the complexities of autism in an educational setting and provides practical advice using real-life examples on how schools can support students who are autistic.
Understand the broader context and data around mental health for children and those with autism
Identify some of the most common challenges that schools face in engaging children with autism and overcoming these barriers
Recognise how to support students who are autistic, including creating a whole school culture and the importance of using the correct language and strong communication
Learn from best practice models delivered first-hand by school staff and how they have implemented successful strategies
Recognise further tools and resources which can help to support your provision around mental health and autism
Behaviour and mental healthInteresting and easy to listen to.Christine Crawford, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
Supporting the Mental Health of pupils with ASDAnother really good webinar with interesting strategies to support the mental health of pupils with ASD but also any pupil with mental health issues.Karen Baker, Support staff - Fawbert & Barnard's Primary School
It gave me some really good strategies to use in class to help support pupilsI found it to be a really interesting experience, I enjoyed learning new strategies and how to apply them.Taylor Jesse, Teacher - Trinity Church of England School
Positive Informative SessionExcellent Webinar on ASD, which could help whole school staff have a better understanding of children within the school that need that extra support, to help them cope. ThankyouCarol Travers-Orton, Support staff - Robin Hood Academy
A must watch webinarThis is an excellent overview not just in helping children with autism but giving teachers an understanding of how a child feels and views the world around them. Well done!Anna Lane, - Edgebury Primary School
Interesting and useful informationI find this webinar easy to access and the pace was comfortable, i was able to write notes without needing to pause the video.MarieClaire Taylor, - West Hill School (SK15 1LX)
supporting mental health of ASD students.This Webinar was informative and reinforced the positive practice we already implement within our school. each section gave information and strategies on how to support students with ASC throughout their school experiences and how we can support and prepare them for future life. This webinar also provides additional research/ reading that relates to the topic.jenny sparrow, - Park Community Academy
i have really got to know about autism spectrumMavis Oparehene, - Parkway Primary School
This webinar is absolutely fantastic with real situation examples and very detailed.This webinar was very detailed portraying actual situations to be dealt with in school. The situation handling by the leadership teams (e.g. headteacher), teaching staff (both primary and secondary)and the post 16 is very influencing.Debalina Mazumdar, - Selly Oak Trust School
Concise insight into ASD wellbeingThe webinar was concise, and the input from the head and staff form Uffculme school Birmingham was excellent.Helen Bate, - St Peter's CE Primary School
Secondary SchoolI found the webinar informative and reassuring as many of the strategies are being used in my setting.Dyane Clark, - Court Moor School
Informativeeasy to useMelanie Frost, Learning Support Assistant - Cranbrook School
Clear, concise and easy to use information for mainstream schools.Kelly Jacques, Teacher - Ormiston Sudbury Academy
Very goodVery informativeKristie Middleton, Senior leader - Roding Primary School
Mental Health and Well-being for anyone with AutismI completed this video, as I work in a school with Children and Young people who have Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues. I found that this video had lots of things I was already aware of however this has given me new techniques and ideas.Carla Benitez, RCO - Brompton Hall School
InterestingAnna was very easy to listen to and it was good to be able to pause and rewind (the phone rang)Beverley Price, - Northfleet Nursery School
GreatThis is a very informative webinar and it provides a real insight into the world of a child with ASD. Some useful strategies and tips provided on how to deal with transitions and how to support the social and emotional development of children with ASD.Abigail Highfield, Teacher - Cottesbrooke Infant School
interestingvery helpfulJennifer OConnell, Teacher - Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School
Review for ASD and Mental HealthThe course was very well informed and by giving more details about how to cope with people with mental health and ASD.RACHEL EVANS, Learning Support Assistant - Birkenhead Sixth Form College
S ReayI throughly enjoyed the ASD webinar , it gave even more insight to strategies used within specialist schools for pupils with ASD. How in a mainstream school that there is a core thread between all and how extra strategies can be used within main stream school .Sharon Reay, - Ian Ramsey Church of England Academy
interestinginteresting, clear and informativeLisa Chadry, Teaching Assistant - St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School HA3 7LP
Autisum ASDThis was interesting and relevant for all children.Susannah Routledge, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
A fantastic webinar highlighting strategies and ideas to support children with ASDKerry Hillier, Higher Level TA - Our Lady and St Patrick's Catholic Primary School
Very informative. A range of effective and easily implemented strategies that will support ASD alongside a host of other mental health issues.Leesa Osborn, Classroom Teacher - St Gregory's Catholic Primary School CA14 3PD
Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Pupils with AutismUseful strategies to support students with their emotional literacy. As with all pupils, good relationships are the key. A very informative webinar with examples of practical strategies. Key thought: Is the battle really worth having? Does it really matter? Good advice for dealing with all students but especially important for autistic students.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
Very engaging Webinar.The Webinar gave me a lot of strategies and ideas on helping young children and adults with autism.Jackie Watts, - Court Moor School
I found it very useful thank youSelina Howell, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
ASD and supporting young peopleI think that knowing your pupils is key to understanding their needs. This webinar successfully highlighted the need for structure and routine but also that pupils feel supported. I particularly liked the idea of a surgery and is something that I would consider using as a strategy to support young people I work with to alleviate any anxieties.Penny Houghton, - Park Community Academy
Mental Health and Well being of pupils with AutismVery informative webinar. Interviews with teachers from Primary school, Secondary school and Post-16 setting transitions is very insightful with practical strategies.Pamela Dunkley, - Selly Oak Trust School
I have a non verbal son who has many complex needs. I found this interesting.Laura Barnes, - Long Bennington Church Of England Academy
supporting mental healthInteresting case studyEmma Pearcey, - Padnell Junior School
How schools can support mental health of pupils with autismAn interesting insight into how to support pupils with Autism at different stages throughout education, with first hand experience/strategies from staff in all settingsNicky Khoshdel, - Bolton Impact Trust
Knowledgeable, experienced information from educational specialists.FantasticGina Pretlove, - The Sittingbourne School
Great WebinarThis was a really informative webinar and I highly recommend this to anyone teaching or supporting individuals with ASD.Lorna Finch, HLTA - The Fulbridge Academy
How school can support the mental health and well being of pupils with AutismIt was interesting and helpful hearing the views and being given tips on how to support pupils in both primary and secondary school settings.Tulin Kemal, - Lancasterian Primary School
Anna BatemanWas really informative. Was really use full to have a range of teaching staff from Primary secondary and from Phillipa Hunt who has been working with ASD pupils for 15 years.Katrina Austwick, - Aston Academy
It was easy to listen to and had real teachers talking about their experiences.Mel Alesbrook, Teacher - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
Very informativeI found the strategies presented very helpful and look forward to using them in a classroom settingCath Fellows, - The Forest High School
Brilliant insight of teachers for people is ASD!A very intellectual overview of how our children with ASD can cope with mental health issues👌Shafia Ali, Teaching Assistant - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Strategies for pupils with ASDThis was a good refresher on strategies for children with ASD. I have found that these strategies work well for all children, with or without an ASD diagnosis. It was really nice to see the headteacher, primary, secondary and post-16 teachers talking about their experiences, informing us of strategies that work well in their special school settings. I will certainly take them back with me to school and continue to put them into practice for all my children.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Autism WebinarExcellent resource full of useful tips and strategies.Hazel Swain, - St Peter's CE Primary School
Refresh your understandingThis was a good refresher webinar and particularly useful in the wide age range that was explored.Julia Banks, Key Stage Lead - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
InterestingVery informative and helpful points.Clare Burgess, Attendance officer - Summerhill Primary Academy
Intersting facts and figures with case studies modelling strategies for different key stages.Isabel Taylor, Senior leader - Roding Primary School
How Schools Can Support The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Pupils with AutismA very enjoyable and informative webinar. Would definitely recommend.Edita Cizauskiene, - Northfleet Nursery School
This is definitely a webinar to watch. Full of lots of advice and very practical.Very positive advice, especially to put yourself in the shoes of an autistic child.Janette Heath, LSA - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
Wide range of perspectivesEnjoyed and was engaged throughout the duration of the Webinar. Good association from theoretical approaches applied to specific situations.Laura Borelli Moya, Teaching assistant - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
How to support children with autism in our classroomsReally found this webinar useful especially the list of top tips at the end and listening to other practitioners experiencesNichola Byrne, Year 1 class teacher - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
Great source of informationGreat source of informationDavina Hitchens, - Poole High School
ExcellentVery interesting especially systems and strategies to use leading up to pathways to successJuliet Davies, - The Raglan Schools
Clear, informative and reassuring.Easy to watch - nice to hear from other people working within a ASD setting.Claire Rymill, Teaching Assistant - Selly Oak Trust School
Useful information to use in practice.Useful information to refresh my practice.Tova Rowe, TA - Westrop Primary & Nursery School
Very usefulSome very helpful strategies shared here by people who clearly understand children with autismJo Wright, Support staff - Leamington Primary and Nursery Academy (FHT)
Mental HealthExcellent and informative.Jayshree Bulsara, - The Raglan Schools
Insightful and Informativean hour well spent!Verona Gowdie, - The Raglan Schools
supporting mental health and wellbeing of pupils with autismA lot was reassuringly familiar with what takes place already in my school setting. I liked the idea of the surgery and calling it that, giving the association that a surgery should be a positive place of help.Sonia Howard, - Selly Oak Trust School
A very engaging and informative courseI loved the experience of this course especially because of real time examples and solutions that I could relate to.Syeda Siddiqua, - Selly Oak Trust School
Interesting WebinarWatched with two pupils from my current class in mind and it answered all the questions I could have had on how to support them.Emma Clay, Senior leader - Dean Field Community Primary School
Helpful and informativeI found the webinar helpful and informative with some useful strategies to use both in the classroom and one to one.J Fox, TA - Moorside High School
How Schools Can Support The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Pupils with Autismgood and helpful online courseKatie-Rose Cooke, Teacher - Westrop Primary & Nursery School
It was excellent because you really presented theory and practice effectively.Hina Jahfery, - Selly Oak Trust School
An Insightful and Interesting Webinar!This webinar was really interesting. As a teacher in a SEN school, it made me realise how much we do without even realising it every single day! This webinar has given me confidence that I am fulfilling my role to its full potential, and it was great to see people in the video using the same strategies and approaches that I use in my job each day.Michael Nicholls, - Selly Oak Trust School
Webinars couresEnjoying the Topics and Courses although some are quite long however interesting.Karen Meek, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Excellent and very informative .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
Very informative with lots of useful strategies.Bernadette Simpson, Support staff - Robin Hood Academy
Engaging, thought provoking and relevant to main stream schoolFantastic training using real life situations and practises which can be implemented in a main stream school setting.Hannah Sherwood, NQT - Healing School A Science Academy
Mainstream schools must step up for students with ASDWhat this webinar demonstrates is the way the current education system, one based on grades, league tables and high standards is not one which protects the mental health of our children.Ben Sayer, - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
Understanding Autism and mental healthExcellent practical and easy ideas to help children with autism in mainstream school.Catherine Carlisle, Teacher - Lily Lane Primary School
Talking from experience!I found their testimonials a credit to the webinar and I’ve taken their experiences on board with enthusiasm.Angelina Tuck, TA - Westrop Primary & Nursery School
Supporting Mental Health of those with AutismThis webinar has given me a much deeper understanding of how I can support those with autism much more. It has also made me much more aware of how I can do this with adults in my own life who are ASD. Thank you so much.James O'Neill, - The Appleton School
How Schools Can Support the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Pupils With AutismVery interesting throughout and watchable. I also found it reassured my own skills and practices.Julie Ruck, - Charlton Park Academy
Useful StrategiesVery informative with lots of useful strategies discussed. Also, discussed the importance of parental involvement. Lots of practical advice given.Kathleen Tekiner, - Lancasterian Primary School
Supporting the mental health and wellbeing of pupils with Autism.A fabulous webinar brought to life by four staff from a local school (Uffculme). Each shared their knowledge, experience and expertise of how best to support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils with Autism. The Mental Health Surgery they have introduced sounds a great idea; students can self-refer or be referred by a teacher to discuss a problem and develop strategies. They are extremely good at teaching and supporting emotional literacy through connecting language to experiences. I will certainly recommend this webinar to other colleagues. Very interesting, thank you.Helen Jones, - Selly Oak Trust School
very goodvery intrestingSarah Nichols, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
Informative and helpful.I enjoyed this Webinar very much. I am looking forward to coming back to the classroom and applying some of the strategies how to support students with ASD.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
ReviewReally easy take away tips that you can start applying straight away. Fairly common sense, but a good reminder. Especially useful as we approach transition time.Fellerman Elizabeth, - Chamberlayne College for the Arts
This webinar will provide practical advice and guidance on building a recovery curriculum that best supports children on their return to school.
This webinar will provide practical advice and guidance on building a recovery curriculum that best supports children on their return to school.
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