Espionage, Technology And Fun!

Help kids learn to recognise emotions, regulate emotions and manage social challenges.

The four level Secret Agent Society (SAS) Computer Game, paired with supporting visual tools and adult support can be used to help children with goals such as:

  • recognising simple and complex emotions in themselves and others
  • coping strategies for unpleasant feelings
  • identifying unhelpful thoughts and replacing them with more helpful alternatives
  • self-reflection and perspective-taking in social interactions
  • skills for conversation and play with peers
  • considering the social consequences of one’s actions
  • responding to social challenges, such as being bullied, trying new things, working as a team and making mistakes.

 

Cadets learn clues that signal how other people feel from facial expressions, body posture, and voice pitch, pace and volume.

  • Spot the Suspect
  • Eyewitness Recall
  • The Line Up
  • Voice Verification

Detect the nature and strength of their own emotions and piece together non-verbal and situational clues to detect others’ feelings during social interactions.

  • Detective Laboratory  
  • Degrees of Delight & Distress
  • Secret Agent Viewing Panel

Explore four animated virtual reality missions that demonstrate the benefits of using strategies to stay calm and maintain friendships when faced with social challenges.

  • Crime at the Cathedral
  • Detective Flight Challenge
  • Murder at Earnshaw Manor
  • Secret of the Schoolyard Ghost

Graduation as Junior Detectives!

Access the SAS Computer Game in two ways

Latest Software Updates - Disk Version of Comptuer Game

If you have an older version of the SAS Computer Game on a disk and you are using Windows 8 or above, or MAC OS X Yosemite/ El Capitan / Sierra or above, you will need to install a software update for the game to play.

Please use the following instructions.

 

Latest Software Update