A unique centre of learningfor children with autismStevenage based charity TRACKS stand them in good stead, it is a terrificautism is celebrating after being recom-mendation of what they all doknow the assessors were deeply impressed with the work that TRACKS doesEvery parent used the word amazingin describing the work of TRACKS andcan only con-gratulate them on thisgiven a top accreditation.And to mark the award athank you was saidto supporters and staff at an event held atKnebworth House which was attended byNAS (National Autistic Society) presidentJane Asherremarkable achievementMervyn Terrett, Chairman of TRACKS said"We were thrilled at how many times theword amaze was used in the accreditationTRACKS underwent a two year process tobe given the NAS Accredi-tation Awardand is the only independent early yearssetting in the England to gain the award.report and were stunned when we learnedthat TRACKS is the only preschool inEngland to achieve this award. It is a hugetestament to the staff that we have receivedthis for all the work which they put inCommenting on their success, Jane Ashersaid: "The more that we can understandthe way people with autism see the worldthe better it will be as we can unleash theirtalents and empower them. It is importantto recognise that autism is part of howa person is and not something that wemust suppressTRACKS provides services to childrenwithin Stevenage and beyond and iscurrently seeking to raise £50,000 toupgrade their external garden area so thatit provides even more sensory stimulationand challenges for children as well asimprove access and internal secu-rity inline with best safeguarding practice"This accreditation gives great confidenceto the ability of this or-ganisation and willFor further information on TracksTRACKS autismautism please look at our websiteor contact us on 0300 123 1913positive futureswww.tracks-autism.org.uk A unique centre of learning for children with autism Stevenage based charity TRACKS stand them in good stead, it is a terrific autism is celebrating after being recom-mendation of what they all do know the assessors were deeply im pressed with the work that TRACKS does Every parent used the word amazing in describing the work of TRACKS and can only con-gratulate them on this given a top accreditation. And to mark the award athank you was said to supporters and staff at an event held at Knebworth House which was attended by NAS (National Autistic Society) president Jane Asher remarkable achievement Mervyn Terrett, Chairman of TRACKS said "We were thrilled at how many times the word amaze was used in the accreditation TRACKS underwent a two year process to be given the NAS Accredi-tation Award and is the only independent early years setting in the England to gain the award. report and were stunned when we learned that TRACKS is the only preschool in England to achieve this award. It is a huge testament to the staff that we have received this for all the work which they put in Commenting on their success, Jane Asher said: "The more that we can understand the way people with autism see the world the better it will be as we can unleash their talents and empower them. It is important to recognise that autism is part of how a person is and not something that we must suppress TRACKS provides services to children within Stevenage and beyond and is currently seeking to raise £50,000 to upgrade their external garden area so that it provides even more sensory stimulation and challenges for children as well as improve access and internal secu-rity in line with best safeguarding practice "This accreditation gives great confidence to the ability of this or-ganisation and will For further information on Tracks TRACKS autism autism please look at our website or contact us on 0300 123 1913 positive futures www.tracks-autism.org.uk

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A unique centre of learning for children with autism Stevenage based charity TRACKS stand them in good stead, it is a terrific autism is celebrating after being recom-mendation of what they all do know the assessors were deeply im pressed with the work that TRACKS does Every parent used the word amazing in describing the work of TRACKS and can only con-gratulate them on this given a top accreditation. And to mark the award athank you was said to supporters and staff at an event held at Knebworth House which was attended by NAS (National Autistic Society) president Jane Asher remarkable achievement Mervyn Terrett, Chairman of TRACKS said "We were thrilled at how many times the word amaze was used in the accreditation TRACKS underwent a two year process to be given the NAS Accredi-tation Award and is the only independent early years setting in the England to gain the award. report and were stunned when we learned that TRACKS is the only preschool in England to achieve this award. It is a huge testament to the staff that we have received this for all the work which they put in Commenting on their success, Jane Asher said: "The more that we can understand the way people with autism see the world the better it will be as we can unleash their talents and empower them. It is important to recognise that autism is part of how a person is and not something that we must suppress TRACKS provides services to children within Stevenage and beyond and is currently seeking to raise £50,000 to upgrade their external garden area so that it provides even more sensory stimulation and challenges for children as well as improve access and internal secu-rity in line with best safeguarding practice "This accreditation gives great confidence to the ability of this or-ganisation and will For further information on Tracks TRACKS autism autism please look at our website or contact us on 0300 123 1913 positive futures www.tracks-autism.org.uk A unique centre of learning for children with autism Stevenage based charity TRACKS stand them in good stead, it is a terrific autism is celebrating after being recom-mendation of what they all do know the assessors were deeply im pressed with the work that TRACKS does Every parent used the word amazing in describing the work of TRACKS and can only con-gratulate them on this given a top accreditation. And to mark the award athank you was said to supporters and staff at an event held at Knebworth House which was attended by NAS (National Autistic Society) president Jane Asher remarkable achievement Mervyn Terrett, Chairman of TRACKS said "We were thrilled at how many times the word amaze was used in the accreditation TRACKS underwent a two year process to be given the NAS Accredi-tation Award and is the only independent early years setting in the England to gain the award. report and were stunned when we learned that TRACKS is the only preschool in England to achieve this award. It is a huge testament to the staff that we have received this for all the work which they put in Commenting on their success, Jane Asher said: "The more that we can understand the way people with autism see the world the better it will be as we can unleash their talents and empower them. It is important to recognise that autism is part of how a person is and not something that we must suppress TRACKS provides services to children within Stevenage and beyond and is currently seeking to raise £50,000 to upgrade their external garden area so that it provides even more sensory stimulation and challenges for children as well as improve access and internal secu-rity in line with best safeguarding practice "This accreditation gives great confidence to the ability of this or-ganisation and will For further information on Tracks TRACKS autism autism please look at our website or contact us on 0300 123 1913 positive futures www.tracks-autism.org.uk

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