ACE was created by the charity the Autism Research Trust, and is home to Cambridge University’s Autism Research Centre (ARC) and will also provide clinical, educational and life skills services across the lifespan, for autistic people and their families. The mission of ACE is to promote wellbeing for autistic people, and to promote autism research.
The Cavendish School, the world’s first International Baccalaureate (IB) special autism school is officially set to open on the outskirts of Cambridge in Autumn 2021.
Based in Impington, The Cavendish School will also be Cambridgeshire’s first state maintained special free school provision for young people with autism.
Join the virtual launch taking place via Zoom on Wednesday 21 October at 6pm, to meet the school team, hear about the school’s journey to date, key updates on plans for the school, what lies ahead of the opening next year and, most importantly, get answers to any questions you may have.
IPSEA (Independent Parental Special Education Advice) has developed training for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND, as well as those who support them (including Local Authority staff, Teachers, School Governors, SENCOs, Learning Support Assistants and volunteer advisers in local support groups).