More than half of teachers feel they have not had adequate training in teaching pupils with autism, a survey has found. The survey, conducted on behalf of charity Ambitious about Autism’s Schools Report 2013, also found that more than a third of teachers say that accessing specialist support for children and young people with autism has become more difficult in the past year. It also found that the number of children whose Statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) lists autism as a primary need has increased by 6.5% to 47,225 since 2012. Ambitious about Autism’s Schools Report 2013 brings together
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