Timely, Helpful Resources. 

Recipes. Mealtime. Encouragement. 

Here at The Quaker School at Horsham, food is not only about caring and connection, but also about helping children flourish. Our students face social and academic learning challenges, and there is a growing body of knowledge that autism, ADHD and other neurodevelopmental disorders often coexist with food allergies or sensitivities. 

We invite you to browse our Healthy Meals & Shining Moments cookbook to find healthy recipes that you can enjoy cooking with your children.  A mix of vegetarian, allergen-free, gluten-free and casein-free recipes are included. Enjoy!

Plan a Positive Week

At TQS we believe that every child with complex challenges can blossom and achieve meaningful personal, social and academic success -- especially those outside of our TQS walls. In support of this belief, we have created a resource guide for parents, grandparents and other caregivers, Shine Together Every Day: How to Plan a Positive Week for Children with Complex Challenges.

The resource guide includes techniques on how to encourage with praise, engage your child in physical activity, bring joy and laughter to the day and how to reflect with gratitude. A checklist is also included to help you and your child plan a positive week.

To receive your free electronic copy, simply send us an email

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Reflecting on the Final Days of our School Year

With beaming sunshine and summer temperatures finally warming our campus, it may seem like an odd time for me to talk about wintering. Isn’t now when we put the cold months behind us? 

However, the wintering I’m referring to has nothing to do with ice and arctic temperatures. The concept of wintering, rather, refers to a time of withdrawal, rest, and self-reflection. 

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