my morning started with a very warm welcome with choke Philips the principal of the school and a warm welcome from the team Paul, Kathy and other staff who made me feel very welcomed.

Firstly I had a lovely coffee then off I went into the school assemblely to judge the Easter Bonet parade with all the children this was an extremely difficult task as in my eyes they were all winners, however I had two pick two winners, but all went away with an Easter egg what wonderful creative and decorative hats they all made, in fact it was quite overwhelming to see the dedication from the students and staff.

I was then taken for a tour of the school, and what a remarkable school it was, the playground was fantastic  lots fro them to do then off too see the sensory room, art room, IT room and cookery room, then It was much time which the staff put on a lovely buffet for me, we had a chat about the school

Then one of the children presented me with this painting which I will treasure below, this was very thoughtful and kind 


I was given this today by one of the pupils for my attendance for visiting the school on World Autism Day


What an amazing school, the staff  were tremendous and an asset the the National Autistc society it was such a pleasure to spend World Autism awareness day as a trustee and Autism ambassador for the National  Autistc Society  with the first every specific autism school first ever built in the world for Autism,  well done all at Sybil Elgar school staff teachers, and pupils



A great school and privileged to be invited on world Autism Day