Schools focus on academics when what’s needed is support with social learning. Our curriculum bridges that gap, helping you guide your child so that they learn social skills intellectually, in the same way they do maths and science. Proactive, sequential and long-term, the curriculum builds a scaffold of social skills.



Weekly lesson plans provide your child with long term learning – supported by social posters, videos, activities and charts, role plays, quizzes and interactive challenges. Concepts are built on one another and repeated in different ways so the learning sticks.


A broad picture is built of how social interactions relate to each other to help your child more easily interpret even complex situations.


The content fits the unique way your child thinks and learns. Gained from insights in teaching and listening to able children and their parents over 12 years of curriculum development.


Your Personalised Dashboard measures your child’s progress through every module, helping you to see growth and keep up momentum!


A lesson is released every seven days to create a steady, manageable pace of learning (and even if you miss a week that’s ok, it’s always there for you – so go at your own speed).


What changes can you expect to see if you use the Bridges curriculum
with your child? Our research and feedback shows key outcomes include:

  • LISTENING:    Children enrolled on the course listen better to adults (especially parents) and follow their directions. They pay more attention to other people when they talk.

  • INDEPENDENCE :    Our children show more independence in self-care and daily living – positive steps for adult life.

  • UNDERSTANDING OTHERS:   Children using Bridges are better at accepting that people have different ideas. They don’t get as upset with disagreements. They make an effort to think about other people and compromise with friends.
  • EXPRESSING THEMSELVES:   Our children communicate more effectively and use language more flexibly. They share ideas and stand up for themselves.

  • UNDERSTANDING THEMSELVES:    Children who have undertaken the lessons are better at recognising, understanding and managing their own feelings.

  • SOCIABILITY:    Children on the course are more likely to make friends with and without help from parents. They become better at communicating with other children of the same age.