HILLINGDON Manor School in Harlington Road welcomed past and present staff, pupils and their families to a fund-raising summer market day.

It marked 20 years of providing specialist education and support to pupils with autism.

The day raised more than £600 for three charities, Anna Kennedy Online, Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support and Dogs Trust.

Students had prepared a gallery of The History of Hillingdon Manor, charting the school’s development over two decades.

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Key milestones include a major expansion in 2010-11, with the opening of its primary site at neighbouring Yiewsley Grange.

The secondary site, The Manor, was also extended to include two science labs, a food tech kitchen, woodwork and art rooms.

Entertainment was provided by the school band and by Autism With Attitude, the history-making dance troupe.