We have now opened this activity to all families of autistic children and young people, plus we extended the deadline to 9pm on Sunday, 14 April.

If you are autistic yourself or you have an autistic child/ young person in the family, please feel free to send us something that says what autism means for you. ūüôā

All submissions give you an entry to a raffle for Amazon vouchers + your work will be published on our website and social media to highlight and promote autism acceptance in Manchester.

Do you have an autistic or neurodivergent young person at any of these schools?

  • Co-op Academy Manchester
  • Didsbury High School
  • Levenshulme High School
  • Manchester Communication Academy
  • Southern Cross School
  • St. Matthew’s Roman Catholic High School
  • Trinity Church of England High School

These schools have all signed up to take part in the Autism in Schools project and, as part of World Autism Acceptance Week, we want to know:

What does autism mean to you?

Your family can choose any way you like to tell us something about being autistic and/or neurodivergent. You could draw, paint or build something; write a poem, song or story; record a short video; or anything else you can think of.

Each participant will receive a free entry into our prize draw to receive one of three £10 Amazon gift vouchers!

Please have your entries in by 9pm on Sunday, the 14th of April Monday, the 8th of April. You can submit by sending them to us by email or via Whatsapp.

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