Category: Celebrations

ACoRN@Sussex launched!

We are delighted that our sister ACoRN@Sussex was formally launched on October 21st 2020 with a live Zoom event attended by over 70 people. ACoRN@ Sussex is led by Professor Nicola Yuill (Psychology) and Dr Jacqui Shepherd (Education) at the University of Sussex. Sharing the same core principles of participatory and creative methods for addressing research questions that matter to […]

World Autism Day 2020

This year’s World Autism Day comes at a time of uncertainty for many.  Today, more than ever, we are reminded of the importance of community.  The Autism Community Research Network @ Southampton (ACoRNS) would like to pay tribute to our early years, primary, secondary, FE and residential setting partners, all of the education practitioners we […]

ACoRNS partner, Hill House, receives ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted results

Our congratulations go to ACoRNS partner, Hill House, for the tremendous ‘Outstanding’ results they have received from Ofsted! Hill House’s partnership with ACoRNS is mentioned in their Ofsted report, noting that ‘they seek advice from beyond the school to support their work, liaising with other local experts and carrying out research through their link with […]

‘Keys to engagement’ paper published

Congratulations to former ACoRNS Doctoral student Chantelle Zilli whose paper has been accepted for publication in the prestigious British Journal of Educational Psychology.  The paper presents a case study where autistic pupils and staff members’ views were sought about everyday decision-making at school. There are some very powerful insights provided about how children can feel […]

ACoRNS student wins Impact prize for project

The ACoRNS team is delighted that Amber Warren (BSc Hons Education and Psychology) has been awarded ‘highly commended’ in the University’s Social Impact Lab Undergraduate Dissertation Prize. Amber was shortlisted from over 30 submissions across Faculties for her project entitled ‘Exploring Transitions and Resourced Provision for Children with Autism in a Mainstream School: Pupil and […]

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