The Special Education Support Service (SESS) is the national organisation with a remit to co-ordinate, develop and deliver a range of professional development initiatives and support structures for school personnel working with students with special educational needs (SEN) in mainstream primary and post-primary schools, special schools and special classes.
The SESS recently invited the school to take part in a video they were compiling to demonstrate a number of evidence-informed instructional interventions that teachers working with pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Ireland may draw upon to promote and facilitate development and learning.
The film crew and the SESS spent two days doing some filming in the school both before and after Christmas. The video has now been completed and was published on the SESS website for the recent World Autism Day. You can view the video here: