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Southwark College made a significant impact during Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2024 by bringing students and staff together to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences to help change the narrative around neurodiversity. 

The week's highlight was a neurodiversity behavioural session led by Emily Nicol, which encouraged discussions, showcased creativity and empathy skills, and provided valuable insights to enhance understanding of neurodiversity. The event also included thought-provoking questions and answers to shape perceptions of neurodiversity in education settings and communities.

Attendees had the opportunity to learn about successful neurodivergent individuals, gaining a deeper understanding of neurological differences and highlighting the skills and talents of neurodivergent individuals. The exchange of ideas and perspectives during the event promoted a more inclusive culture that celebrates differences and empowers everyone.

The Student Union and the College's community were also involved in discussing the great qualities neurodivergent individuals have and exploring ways Southwark College could further support those with neurodiversity. Students participated in activities and tried different tools used by neurodiverse students, fostering a more hands-on understanding of neurodiversity.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a global initiative to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences. The event at Southwark College exemplified the importance of embracing Neurodiversity and fostering an inclusive environment.

The event at Southwark College exemplified the importance of embracing Neurodiversity and fostering an inclusive environment. To learn more about the support and enrichment activities available to students at Southwark College, visit

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