The ACoRNS team was delighted to share our work again with the local community at our second ESRC Festival of Social Science event on November 7th 2019.
Hilra Vinha and her wonderful students Martine and Poppy from Richard Taunton College hosted the event and made us all very welcome.
Over 60 friends and colleagues from schools, organisations, and families attended along with ACoRNS partners from Hill House School, Springwell School, Totton College, New Forest School, Aviary Nursery, and Richard Taunton College.
We gave an update on ACoRNS activities over the past two years and shared our work from the Froebel Trust funded Digital Stories project, which is already making a difference to the transition practices of young autistic children in the early years.
Thank you to everyone who participated and for your very positive feedback!