Here at St. John's the children will be learning what it means to be neurodiverse and celebrating the differences neurodiversity brings with it.
Within society, there tends to be negative stereotypes associated to neurological differences such as ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Condition, dyslexia, dyspraxia and Tourettes.
We want to demonstrate to our school community that being neurologically diverse is not a negative thing, it's just a different thing!
We've all got our strengths and talents and these should be celebrated and supported.
An important thing for us ALL to remember is to be kind.
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