This week we celebrate Neurodiversity Week in our school.
The term neurodiversity refers to the differences between how people think, process information, behave and communicate. Types of neurodivergence include ADHD, autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia.
During the week we aim to raise awareness of neurodiversity among pupils and staff, celebrate individual pupil strengths and encourage a more inclusive school environment for all
"I'm different, not less"
Temple Grandon, Ph.D., best selling author and autism self-advocate.
Neurodiverse people interpret, interact with and experience the world in unique ways.
About 20% of the population is neurodiverse.