All our school staff received training to support Neurodiversity in the classroom.
Neurological diversity is a range, or diversity of ways, in which human brains function, a range of ways in which we think, learn and relate to others.
The neurodiveristy paradigm is about accepting that neurological differences is part of the natural diversity of being human. It is not about labelling different groups as being 'inferior' or less valuable.
It is about making use everyday school life caters for the neurological diversity of the population and does not inadvertently discriminate against certain groups.