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Prove It, Fix It Campaign

Prove It, Fix It Campaign

A Sheffield charity has launched a campaign to try and make sure autistic children get the right form of education.

Sparkle, based in Norfolk Park, which was set up to support families with autistic children, claims that Sheffield City Council has been putting finances before needs, meaning that parents are often forced to go through months of appeals to get their children into special schools.

The Prove It! Fix It! campaign has already seen a city centre march and a video and petition , which has been signed by more than 2,000 people. 5000 signatures are needed to get the issue discussed at a full Council cabinet meeting.


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