Creating ‘Autism Friendly’ education in an inclusive mainstream primary school

This paper describes the different elements introduced into a large mainstream primary school to ensure chil- dren with autism can thrive and enjoy learning. It shows the impact of vision and training on an environment in which autistic pupils are enabled to explore, connect and contribute, and describes how well-being and attainment can be promoted through a curriculum that develops independence and engagement alongside the fundamental areas of social communication and emotional regulation.

Author : Eleanor Lloyd

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