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Great News! We have received Autism Reaccreditation - May 2017 


In May 2017 Spring Common received the official news that once again it had received Autism Accreditation.  The National Autistic Society’s Autism Accreditation is an internationally recognised process of support and development for all those providing services to autistic people.  This means that Spring Common is providing a unified standard of excellence with continuous self-examination and development; and staff are continually aiming to improve the quality of provision for the children. 

Autism Accreditation Report Conclusion:

“I was encouraged by the schools engagement in the process and during observation it was evident that the schools hard work, training and monitoring of practice was ensuring practice was consistent across the school. Spring Common School provides a happy learning environment for autistic pupils in which autistic practice is carefully monitored to ensure it is consistent across the school.”  Stephanie de Vries – Accreditation Advisor

General feedback from the assessor’s visit:

“The children were very happy and calm.”

“The children worked well with their peers and there was evidence of genuine care and respect.”

“All children were engaged in their learning.”

Our strengths were:

“We have a range of strategies we use to prepare learners for adult life from lower to upper school.”

“Use of practical life skills across the school which teach employability and self-esteem.”

“The school ethos promotes students working and supporting each other collaboratively creating an environment where there is mutual respect.”

“Commitment of school to training and development, sharing knowledge with local and international schools.”