“The activity book is clear, bright and attractive and presents the information in an accessible way” 

- Team Leader (UKS2), Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“The displays are lovely and the class teachers have put these in the corridor outside of the year 6 classrooms. This has been really lovely because the children are still looking at them, reading them and discussing them as they enter and leave the rooms”

- Deputy Head, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“The activity book is fantastic. It is nice and colourful and very child friendly”

- Team Leader (UKS2), Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“The display matches the book. It is eye catching and the information is clear”

- T/A, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“The activity book is very colourful and child friendly”

- T/A, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“The activity book allows you to see what they have learnt throughout the workshop”

- Class Teacher, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“Having more people know about what you said, that over half a million people have it, then you can maybe respect them more because you know what they’re doing and why they’re doing it”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“I enjoyed asking questions because now I know a bit more about Autism”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“I thought it was really good and I think that we should do this (Autism awareness workshops) more so that more people know about Autism”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“I was really surprised that so many people don’t know about the things that we learnt today”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“It surprised me that more than half a million people in the UK have Autism”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“Maybe when we go to high school or when we meet new people and we don’t know them and maybe if they behave differently, now we know about Autism and we won’t jump to conclusions”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“You might know someone that has Autism and learning about it helps you know how to behave with them”

– Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

“My favourite bit was the circle time when we were asking the questions so that we have more of an understanding of what Autism is” – Year 6 student, Three Bridges Primary School, Southall

 

 
 
 
 
 

Atwood primary school said they would recommend our service to other schools.

 

Atwood Primary school rated our Autism awareness workshops as ‘very useful’ for their year 6 students as they approach transition to secondary school

 

 

 “The activity book is very student friendly and a lot of thought has gone into the info shared with the students and was inclusive for those with Autism”

– SEN Teaching Assistant, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“The display will be very useful to raise awareness throughout the rest of the school”

– SEN Teaching Assistant, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“The info zone was very child led allowing the children to ask any question in a safe/ friendly environment”

– SEN Teaching Assistant, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Well set out with engaging activities, information is accessible and on topic” 

– Year 6 class teacher, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon 

 

 

“Very colourful display, keeps attention. Good use of the children in making the display, kept them interested”

– Year 6 class teacher, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“The information session was engaging and the sharing circle was well done and very informative”

– Year 6 class teacher, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Helped to focus the children on the character traits of autistic adults and children. It also helped to show the range of characteristics so that they became aware of the possibilities and the fact that everyone is different”

– SENCO, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Created a lively, colourful display”

– SENCO, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Nice and visual with activities and information to help children understand how to support or empathise with people who have autism”

– Year 6 class teacher, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Great opportunity for people to have a display raising awareness and offering ideas and information to other pupils and members of staff”

– Year 6 class teacher, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“We used to have a boy that used to come to our school and he had Autism and we didn’t quite know what was wrong with him because we knew he acted different but we didn’t know... and after this workshop we kind of know what he was going through and how he was feeling”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“Having more people know about what you said, that over half a million people have it, then you can maybe respect them more because you know what they’re doing and why they’re doing it”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“I enjoyed asking questions because now I know a bit more about Autism”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“I liked the share time as well, but I liked watching the mini movie because it was interesting and it was quite a good way for me to keep the stuff in my brain”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“I enjoyed drawing, I drew an adult and a child because they can both have Autism”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

 

 

“I enjoyed the art because it reminded me of autism, what people do if they have Autism and I really enjoyed doing the art”

– Year 6 student, Atwood Primary School, South Croydon

HOW ARE WE DOING?

 

Three Bridges Primary School in Southall gave us 5 stars!

Atwood Primary School in South Croydon gave us 5 stars!