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There goes the summer!

August is nearly over, and so much has been happening I’ve not been able to update the blog very much. So, here’s a quick update of some of the major events that have been going on around here Last weekend we moved house! Change can be a big issue for[…]

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School scared

Why I’m scared that school starts tomorrow

We’ve almost made it. Summer holidays are nearly over, and tomorrow school is about to begin! Parents and children all around the country have mixed feelings of relief, excitement, nervousness, and fear. New classes, new teachers, the chance to get back to a regular routine, September brings with it a month of[…]

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What being head of an autistic girls school has taught me

Last year ITV ran a fabulous documentary called ‘Girls With Autism,’ about Limpsfield Grange School, the only state-run boarding school for autistic girls, in England. It was a fascinating insight into the school; and the girl’s stories warmed the hearts of the nation. After connecting with her on Twitter, the[…]

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An apology to my autistic students

‘An apology to my autistic students,’ is from a blogger whose posts I always look forward to reading. Danielle, author of the blog Someone’s Mum, has been producing some amazing posts that have gone viral, and deservedly so. A teacher, as well as mum of two, her son is on the autism spectrum.[…]

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Our Summer of Love Is Over

This summer went pretty well. In fact, it went amazingly well compared to what we were expecting. It was a summer of love, as Jude and Tommy found a way to get along. For six whole weeks, they spent nearly every day together, and I even thought there were glimpses[…]

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Back to school, for some not all

If you’ve been on Facebook this week you might have noticed that the kids have gone back to school! My feed is full of proud, tearful parents, posting photos of their little ones in their new uniform outside their front door. Looking smart, fresh, and ready for their first day of[…]

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