TT404: A Triad of Possibilities

In England, around one person in every hundred is on the autism spectrum.  Autism is the primary need for 27% of pupils with an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP) and more than 70% of children on the autism spectrum in England attend mainsteam schools. One subject where I have noticed these children have more difficulty than others is RE.  The concepts are often abstract and they are asked to think about other people’s points of view and emotions, neither of which are skills that come easily to them.  Through this scholarship I wanted to investigate two things: How does […]