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A Mind Map, created in PowerPoint, that works as a poster or as a mini presentation that could be used as part of staff training or to build awareness. The areas presented are not exhaustive but give some ideas on support that could be needed for pupils with autism.

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A Mind Map, created in PowerPoint, that works as a poster or as a mini presentation that could be used as part of staff training or to build awareness. This list of difficulties is not exhaustive but is a flavour of some of the issues that can affect students with dyslexia,

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from TES Resources

Funny Icebreaker Questions

I use this list all the time a list of Funny Icebreaker Questions that can be used with any age group even in staff meetings

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from Teaching: Leading Learning

Growth Mindset Launch

Back in March I blogged about becoming a growth mindset school following our staff launch event.  Since that time we have been very busy preparing to roll out the ethos to the whole school. Here's ...

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from Vimeo

Papa

Papa by Natalie Labarre

T is for Teaching: First Week Complete & Class Reveal Continues

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This is cute for a "My Favorite Things" activity or even the first week of school intro to class idea

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A4 poster that could be displayed in a staff room or circulated among staff. Shows some of the common sensory problem areas that students with autism, and other sensory difficulties, may experience. Not exhaustive but a clear starting point. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

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