St. Helen's Drive, Welton, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 1NR

01482 667379

St Anne's School and Sixth Form College

We All Achieve

Autism Accreditation Assessment 14th - 16th December 2020
….we are proud to announce we have been re accredited

Click here to find out more

* Big thank you to the Coop for the recent donation *

#ItsWhatWeDo #MakingADifference

APRIL 2019

Our autism awareness campaign has reached Paris....



Autism Awareness Week 2019 (click here to see the timetable of events)

What you had to say.......

"Good I enjoyed it"

"Was good to see other parents and share info"

"Very helpful"

"It helps raise awareness of Autism and bring parents together"


Summer 2017 news......

We are proud to announce we have achieved the Autism Accreditation

Autism Accreditation is an internationally-recognised process of support and development for all those providing services to autistic people.

St Anne's School and Sixth Form College

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Registered: 14-04-2014
Standard: Day School
Status: Accredited on 08-08-2017
Expires: 31-08-2020
Advisor: Anja Cole

Accreditation Contact
St Anne's School and Sixth Form College: Chris Lee, St Helen's Drive, Welton, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15 1NR, United Kingdom, tel: 01482 667379

Further to the achievement of earning the Autism Accreditation, the school has got a commendation for community links. Chris Lee picks up the award from Chris Mitchell the Head of Autism Accreditation at NAS (click here to read the report)


The research team is UCL Institute of Education (IOE) researchers, Dr Caroline Oliver, Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou and Professor Carol Vincent. The research is funded by the British Educational Research Association (BERA), running for seven months (October 2020 – April 2021). Our new research project seeks to understand more about the experiences of autistic young people and their parents during the past few months of school closure, lockdown, and return to school. The researchers are interested in discussing the educational, social, and emotional aspects of these events with families.

For more information: 

Families can express their interest to take part by filling out this short survey: 

With many thanks and warm wishes.

Warm regards,
Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou

Hand Washing Tips for People with Sensory Difficulties


 We appreciate that this is a very challenging and anxious time for autistic people, their families and the staff who support them. Our team of accreditation advisers are on hand to help you with finding resources and materials or if we can answering your queries. Please do not hesitate to contact us. 

The National Autistic Society has produced resources and information regarding coronavirus which can be accessed here: 

The Accreditation team have also produced a booklet for parents who are educating their child at home which is attached to this email. We have also put together a bank of Social Stories, Easy Read information and Easy Read Posters which organisations and schools have been kind to share on the internet. 

The World Health Organisation have produced videos on coronavirus and washing hands: 

We hope that these resources may be helpful to you but appreciate that there is ‘no one size fits all’ approach that works for all autistic people and often it is a case of modifying  and personalising materials to best suit the individual involved.  


Coronavirus: Top tips for autistic people

Coronavirus: Top tips for families

Autism, sport and physical activity

Maintaining well-being

Relaxation techniques

Visual supports