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Supporting pupils with an ASD

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Last updated on 5 February 2018
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How can we support pupils with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs)? We relay guidance from the Autism Education Trust and the National Autism Society on supporting pupils with ASDs. We also look at research published by the DfE on supporting language acquisition for pupils with ASDs.

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  1. 1 AET: core principles of good practice
  2. 2 NAS: resource pack for school staff
  3. 3 Supporting language acquisition
  4. 4 Interventions for pupils with language difficulties
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