When it comes to inclusion, neurodiversity refers to a world where neurological differences are recognised and respected as all other human variations. Depending on how our brains are wired we think, move, process information and communicate in different ways. Neurodiversity is about recognising those who think differently.
Brabyns celebrated all things neurodiverse in ‘Neurodiversity Celebration Week’, the children in Year 4 enjoyed learning about how others with different neuro diversities see the world and showed compassion, understanding and empathy. We enjoyed discussing how we are all different and comparing our personality traits to those of ‘Winnie the Pooh’ characters.