Finished at School Programme

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The Finished at School Programme is a Department for Education funded project led by Ambitious about Autism in partnership with the Association of Colleges and Nasen.

Over the past two years, we have been working to support young people with autism to continue their education beyond school and develop the skills and experience they need to lead fulfilling adult lives.

On 18 March 2015, we will be sharing our learning from the project and launching a good practice guide for education providers. More details can be found below and attached.  


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Improving transition for young people with autism from school to college

Final project dissemination event

Ambitious about Autism has been working in partnership with schools and colleges to help more young people with autism (including those with complex needs) access further education. At this event, we will share our learning on improving the transition process and developing a curriculum and services for young people with autism.  

The event will feature the launch of our good practice guide based on the work of the Finished at School Programme. Each delegate will receive a copy of the guide.

Holiday Inn Regent’s Park, Carburton Street, London, W1W 5EE

Tickets will be available online shortly. £20 per person.

To register your interest please email your name and organisation quoting ‘Finished at School’ to training@ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk<

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