BeyondAutism empower people with autism to lead fuller lives through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers.

BeyondAutism was founded as The Rainbow Charity in 2000, when a group of parents set up Rainbow School with 3 pupils in a run-down pre-fabricated hut on the grounds of Beatrix Potter School in Wandsworth.

Since then the charity has undergone a remarkable transformation, growing exponentially in response to need. We now deliver transformative education to pupils from 16 Local Authorities across London from our Early Years’ service right through to our Post-19 Provision.

In September 2017, to coincide with the opening of our newly redeveloped Upper School site, we split Rainbow School into two separate schools – Park House School (Reception – Year 8) and Tram House School (Year 9 – Year 14) under the umbrella, BeyondAutism Schools.

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