Triple-A Learning Resource

Triple-A Learning Resource

This ‘Triple A’ resource is designed to raise awareness and understanding of a set of difficulties that impact many children in our schools – difficulties with Attention, Arousal and Anxiety.

The resource is intended primarily for educational professionals, for example teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs, and school leaders. It may also be useful for the broader school staff (administrative, canteen, caretakers). We hope the resource will be helpful for thinking about primary and secondary school children.

We think this resource will also be useful for parents and families who wish to understand these issues better for their children.
Ultimately, we hope that this resource will have the effect of helping to break down barriers to learning and engagement at school for autistic and neurodivergent pupils.

What is involved?

If you wish to complete this training, you must register (next page) and provide some brief details (e.g. email address). There are 3 sections to this training, and at the end of each there will be a small number of questions to assess your learning. There will also be an evaluation form at the end. The training will take 1.5 to 2 hours to complete, and you do not have to complete it all at once (you can sign in and out using your email address). Everyone who does this training will receive a certificate of completion at the end.  You will also have the opportunity to download a ‘Triple-A Toolbox’ – a tailored set of support strategies that you would find useful in supporting Triple-A needs.

Please see here for further information on how we will store and process data collected through this training: PRIVACY NOTICE

Please note – third party recordings of any of the material from this resource is not permissible, nor is reproduction of any of our images. 

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