This page lists publications written by ACoRNS authors and publications in which ACoRNS has been mentioned.
How are intense interests used within schools to support inclusion and learning for secondary-aged autistic pupils? A scoping review
Roseanna Tansley, Sarah Parsons and Hanna Kovshoff – 2021
Understanding holistic and unique childhoods: knowledge generation in the early years with autistic children, families and practitioners
Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff, Efstathia Karakosta and Kathryn Ivil – 2021
Digital stories for transition: co-constructing an evidence base in the early years with autistic children, families and practitioners.
Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff, and Kathryn Ivil – 2020
Everyday experiences of inclusion in Primary resourced provision: the voices of autistic pupils and their teachers
Amber Warren , Kate Buckingham , and Sarah Parsons – 2020
‘Seeing is believing’: Exploring the perspectives of young autistic children through Digital Stories
Sarah Parsons, Kathryn Ivil, Hanna Kovshoff, Efstathia Karakosta – 2020
Keys to engagement: A case study exploring the participation of autistic pupils in educational decision‐making at school
Chantelle Zilli, Sarah Parsons and Hanna Kovshoff – 2020
Building the evidence base through school-research partnerships in autism education: The Autism Community Research Network @ Southampton [ACoRNS].
Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff and ACoRNS partners – 2019
Sarah Parsons, Allice McCullen, Tracey Emery, and Hanna Kovshoff – 2019
Hanna Kovshoff, Sarah Parsons, Jessica Baker, Keri Hoy, Felix Perkes, and Ellie White – 2018
Inclusive school practices supporting the primary to secondary transition for autistic children: pupil, teacher, and parental perspectives
Keri Hoy, Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff – 2018