Resources for teachers In this section: Autism Education Trust The Autism Education Trust (AET) is dedicated to co-ordinating and improving education support for all children on the autism spectrum in England. Bullying and autism: guidance for school staff Advice for education professionals on helping to prevent bullying of students with autism in your classroom. Circle of Friends: promoting inclusion and interaction Circle of Friends is used mainly in mainstream schools as a way of promoting pupils' inclusion and interaction with their peers. It may be helpful for children and young people with autism. Social use of language programme (SULP) 'Evaluation of the social use of language programme' by Maggie Macaskill. A primary school teacher of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) evaluates the way in which the Social Use of Language Programme designed by Wendy Rinaldi has been implemented within the author's school. Going to the theatre or museum – advice for schools A visit to the theatre can be an exciting outing, but there are also challenges in such a different environment. Life skills for autistic teenagers Resources for teachers in to support autistic teenagers with the transition to adult life. You may also be interested in these resources: Social Use of Language Programme (SULP) [Full text journal article] As a primary one teacher in a unit for children with autistic spectrum disorders, I am going to evaluate the way in which the Social Use of Language Programme designed by Wendy Rinaldi has been implemented within the unit. By Maggie Macaskill Tools for Teachers Downloadable toolkit for teachers supporting pupils with autism by the Autism Education Trust Transition Toolkit Produced by the Autism Education Trust and available for download. Local voices, local choices (England only) When developing their local offer, local authorities should involve children and young people with special educational needs. The National Autistic Society has produced this guide that gives local authorities techniques and ideas for running consultations for young people with autism.