Morning. I feel like I have tried everything and am running out of ideas and need some advice! I have a child with autism in my class who cannot stand any form of rejection. Every Friday afternoon we give out lots of prizes and rewards. We announce star of the week, table point winners (they get to join yr6 for nice afternoon activities), a raffle of who gets to go to high tea, and my top 5 Dojo point winners from the week go in a raffle and someone wins something from my prize box. Every single time I announce any of these he has a complete meltdown. Crying, screaming and shouting that 'it's not fair'. I have tried social stories (they work brilliantly for other things for him) which he just starts crying and screaming at when we read the one about not winning. I have tried getting him to help me present it, I have tried distracting him, I have rigged the awards so he has had experienced them so they're not some made up fantasy. I have tried preparing him loads with big class discussions that it's okay not to win this time,it might be you next time (he joins in with these discussions and says all the right things). He can handle losing at a board game, he knows it's okay to lose sometimes. Also when I give out table points about twice a day, he also has a meltdown when his table doesn't get one, even if his table are still well in the lead? Any other ideas or suggestions would be a massive help?!