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Mum's heartwarming letter to teachers explaining her autistic son's behaviourA mother has penned a heartwarming letter about the charming nature of her autistic sons behaviour. Its safe to say that nine-year-old Jack Norton does some unusual things. He likes to try

to sneak his dinosaurs into school by hiding them in his pants, for

example. Mum Nichola, 37, wrote to her sons teachers after he stuffed his toys down his trousers while he was getting ready one morning. She just wanted to warn them, just in case they wondered what was goi

ng on. Nichola Norton wants to show that autism is more than meltdowns (Image: Mercury Press) Read MoreRelated ArticlesExcited parents rush to book new CBeebies hotel - then discover why its not

for the average family Nichola, from Medway, Kent, said: We were getting ready for school like usual and Jack was ac

tually all ready and waiting for his transport service that takes him there. He was quite happy sitting on the floor with his dinosaurs when I noticed he was stuffing the dinosaurs down his trousers. I think he managed about six before I stopped him - it was quite a feat as they are not small. Nichola hoped she managed to retrieve all the toys, but wrote a letter to the school just in case. She said it isnt usual for Jack to decide he wants to take something with him to school. He doesnt usually try to be so covert, though, or use his underwear as a vehicle. Nicholas lovely letter The post by Nichola Norton on Facebook (Image: Mercury Press) Read MoreRelated ArticlesBeyonces pregnancy snap is now m

ost liked Instagram image ever – its easy to see why Jack, who has autism and extreme learning difficulties , found the whole thing hilarious. When Nichola told him that have dinosaurs in his pants doesnt look very comfortable, the youngster giggled uncontrollably. To Jack, its important. It turned into a bit of a game as he kept trying to put them down his pants and I was trying to get them back out, Nichola said. He won but then later took them out of his own accord so that he could sit down, which is quite difficult with plastic dinosaurs down your trousers. I think

I saw him take them all out but there is every possibility one got left in there, which is what gave me the idea of t

he post.

I was just trying to be light-hearted about it as we all need a bit of light heartedness. But I also wanted to show that children with autism can have a sense of humour, even if they cant speak. Jack with his dinosaurs (Image: Mercury Press) Read MoreRelated ArticlesAngry nursery staff lecture parents about pick-up time etiquette – with a powerful note Behind the humour, Nichola has a powerful message – she wants people to better understand Jack and his condition. And show that autism has a lot of posit

ives. Since the first time he tried to smuggle toys in his underwear, Jacks made it a habit. Hes been desperate to take his dinosaurs into school. Nichola said: People dont think they can have a sense of humour but this was Jack being playful and cheeky. He is quite like that - he has a wonderful sense of humour. People call him little smiler as hes so cheeky. He loves din

osaurs. There are not many toys that he likes very much but he definitely likes these. He has had them for 15 months but this is the first

time he has tried to take them to school. Its not uncommon for him to choose something to try to take with him but usually its something random like a pumpkin - though not down his pants. He loves them (Image: Mercury Press) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMidwif

e reveals why so many mums poo during labour - and why its a good thing She added: Jacks school has been amazing. They are very understanding and they know him very well so if he did turn up with dinosa

urs in his trousers I know they would have dealt with it how I would have done it. They would have seen it in the same light-hearted way. Jack, who has two brothers, Hayden, 12, and four-year-old Albie, goes to a specialist school. He also has Duanes syndrome, which affects his eye movemen

t. Nichola and husband Tim, 50, have for a long time worked to raise awareness of her sons peculiarities through a blog, too. She keeps the posts lighthearted and fun. Its about jokes and humour, and paints a realistic picture – her boy just wants to have fun. Read MoreSchool holiday finesJon Platts rantFamily wins landmark caseMum wins legal battleSchool comes up with solutionParents prosecutedMum finedParents urged to fight