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  1. Application for two new SEMH special free schools – Consultation West Sussex County Council (WSCC) has identified the need to provide additional specialist school places for children and young…

    Last updated 27 September 2022
  2. Triggers and Glimmers

    Within the classroom setting, lots of us are very aware of the fight/flight response that our students can display when…

    Last updated 27 September 2022
  3. Autism Conference

    There are a few places remaining on the Autism and Social Communication Teams Conference, so please do book a place…

    Last updated 12 September 2022
  4. Autistic Representation in the Media

    In this blog, one of our advisory teachers  from the Autism and Social Communication Team (ASCT) shares some ideas for…

    Last updated 6 June 2022
  5. Selective Mutism

    Selective Mutism is an anxiety-based condition in which children are unable to speak in specific situations. The child or young…

    Last updated 26 May 2022
  6. Autism in Girls: An Internal Presentation

    By Cathy Wassell, CEO of Autistic Girls Network Autism in girls has been much discussed in recent years, but while…

    Last updated 11 May 2022
  7. New guide supports bilingual children with autism

    A new resource to support autistic children who are bilingual or are learning English as an additional language has been…

    Last updated 14 April 2022
  8. Autism Acceptance Week: 28th March -3rd April 2022!

    You are invited to join the Autism and Social Communication Team as we celebrate Autism Acceptance Week. As any of…

    Last updated 28 March 2022
  9. Update to SEND & Inclusion Strategy

    We have worked closely with colleagues from SEND Commissioning, health, social care and parent carers to see how our SEND…

    Last updated 21 March 2022
  10. Dyslexia Aware Schools Award (DASA)

    Five more primary schools have recently achieved the revamped DASA award.

    Last updated 11 March 2022