We have continued playing online with the Queensmill School students and families through the pandemic, carrying on the project in the face of these adversities.
During term time we have played with the most at-risk students who remained at school during the lockdown, one autistic individual at a time per workshop.
In the holidays – when we would have been at the Bush Theatre with our summer community project – we played online every day with one family at a time. Elise Robinson visited the families homes, thereby maintaining the grassroots commitment of our project.
For some children it is easier to access our games virtually. For some it is harder. The only thing that matters right now is that we are reaching out with hearts full, staying together and combating isolation day by day by day.