Make individual learning plans easier to write and action

Free Download for Individual Learning Plans

We have created a free digital resource to assist education and allied health professionals with lesson planning - the SAS Computer Game Pack Guide

This free downloadable booklet is a fantastic resource to assist with individualised lesson or session planning using SAS Digital HQ & E-Telligence Pack.

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What is Secret Agent Society?

Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program is an evidence-based, multimedia curriculum to help children improve their social and emotional resilience.

Many schools are using SAS to help guide the writing and implementation of individual learning plans – clear goals, child motivation, strategies and resources to support everyone!

This breakthrough social skills approach is used with 8 to 12-year-old children with a range of social and emotional challenges.

  • High functioning Autism / Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger management difficulties
  • Other general challenges with friendships, team work, conversations or staying calm

Some of the SAS resources are also available separately, allowing you to offer SAS to your students and families at different levels.

 

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How Can Secret Agent Society Help My Service?

The program materials and structure provide a consistent, evidence-based approach to service delivery in line with best practice guidelines.

The Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program is a multimedia group program which uses an evidence-based curriculum and integrated set of resources to teach children social and emotional resilience. Research shows improving these skills helps to build self-esteem, enhance family relationships, lift academic performance and reduce the risk of bullying and victimisation.

SAS Small Group Program
SAS Computer Game Pack and Challenger Board Game

 

 

  1. Identify your school as a trained provider of the SAS Small Group program

  2. Use the SAS Computer Game Pack or SAS Challenger Board Game flexibly within your current classes and support work

  3. Both!

 

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Secret Agent Society (Sas) Small Group Program Provides Staff With A Ready-To-Use Curriculum And Set Of Innovative Resources To Help Children Improve Their Social And Emotional Skills.

Provide your team with skills, confidence and great resources

SAS Whole-of-Class

Empower whole-of-life outcomes for students through this innovative whole-of-class approach. The Secret Agent Society Whole-of-Class Curriculum (SAS-WOC) is a ready-to-use set of classroom resources and protocols to teach within the Australian Curriculum General Capabilities that is also mapped onto the Health and Physical Education subject area for Years 4 or 5. Build resilience in preparation for NAPLAN and transition to Year 6 school leadership.

Are you looking for your school to lead with evidence-based practice?

  • One school term
  • Nine weekly lessons (45 min per week contact time)
  • Strengths-based approach
  • Booster lessons in the following year to ensureskills are retained after transition
  • Online computer game, interactive games,practice missions
  • Online training course for classroom teachers

SAS-WOC uses an espionage theme to assist you in building an inclusive culture of social and emotional resilience, respect for neurodiversity, and reduced bullying. The program will support you in your efforts to improve academic results and reduce incident reports and absenteeism in your school.

Combined with the SAS Small Group Program for children with identified social and emotional challenges, SAS-WOC provides an ideal inclusive education model.

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Classroom Evaluation

The Autism CRC invested in a 2-year project to extend the Secret Agent Society program from a small group context to include a whole classroom model. This will broaden the reach of the highly successful, evidence-based program and help more children on the autism spectrum and their families.

A randomised controlled trial in 20 classrooms across 4 Australian States has recently completed to evaluate efficacy of the curriculum in schools across the country. 

Outcomes expected for students on the spectrum include those found in other trials of SAS; improved social interaction skills and emotional recognition and regulation skills. It is also expected that there will be some improvement in friendship between students and tolerance of individual differences as a consequence of other students participating in the class curriculum. It is also anticipated that the skills learned will facilitate transition from primary to high school.

 

Contact us to start SAS-WOC at your school.

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