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AAIS Lego Based Club: Building social skills one brick at a time


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An access code is required to book a place on this course. If you don't know the access code please email:


This course aims to:

  • Support school staff in setting up a LEGO based club within their school environment
  • Develop social competence of autistic pupils through play-based engagement
  • Support development of social skills such as sharing, turn-taking, collaboration, conflict resolution, negotiation, verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Provide a social opportunity for autistic pupils during unstructured times, such as break-time and lunch-time etc.
  • Highlight to the autistic pupil that socialising with a common purpose can be fun!

Course Details:

The link to access the course will be provided in the confirmation of registration email.

** Please ensure you have entered your email address correctly to receive the training details **

Course Duration: Approx 25 mins

Audience :

Post-Primary & Primary Teachers, Classroom Assistants and SENCos

** All participants should register individually even if the training is viewed within a group setting as this information is required for stats purposes  **

DENI Number

During the registration process you will be asked for your setting’s Department of Education Reference Number - this must be input accurately.

**If your setting is outside Northern Ireland please select ‘Outside Northern Ireland’ or if you are currently not attached to any school please select ‘Other


Education Authority

Primary & Post-Primary


Booking Options

Online Training
27 Sep 2023 to 31 Aug 2024
Good Availability
Online Training
01 Sep 2024 to 31 Aug 2025
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