Secret Agent Society

This is part of our Resources for teachers series

Multiple research evaluations support the effectiveness of Secret Agent Society (SAS) for empowering the social and emotional skills of children on the autism spectrum, as well as other children who experience social and emotional challenges. Many schools integrate SAS into their learning support and curriculum resources. To find out more about any of the below SAS resource and program options please contact sas@sst-institute.net or visit www.sst-institute.net

If you would like to learn more about flexibly integrating the SAS Computer Game into your current social skills curriculum please see our SAS Stand-Alone Resources page.

SAS Individualised Planning Guide
Secret Agent Society Small Group Program (SAS SG)

SAS Small Group Program professional two-day SAS Facilitator training is delivered either online or face-to-face with courses being offered throughout 2019.

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Secret Agent Society Small Group Program
Secret Agent Society Whole-of Class (SAS WOC)

Designed for building resilience for year 3 and 4 students within a school environment, SAS WOC supports a culture of inclusion, reduced bullying, and improved academic results.

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Secret Agent Society Whole-of Class
SAS Individualised Planning Guide

A new free download, the SAS Individualised Planning Guide aligns with flexibly using the SAS Computer Game. It has been developed to assist teachers with writing and implementing students individualised learning plans.

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Explore the SAS Solutions
Explore the SAS Solutions

All three SAS tiers provide a synergistic approach to supporting and empowering all children within the school environment.

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