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Helping your *neurodivergent teens

feel confident

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*Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexic, Dyspraxic, SPD, PDA, Tourettes and all 'spicy' neurotypes welcome. No diagnosis required. Currently supporting 11-14 year olds

What we do

Our fun affordable online classes, clubs and livestreams help neurodivergent* teens (age 11-14) make friends, meet role models, get creative and feel confident.

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Courses

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Gaming Clubs

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Social Clubs

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Creative Clubs

What's On

Monday

🧠 5:00 Understanding My Brain

👾 5:00 Minecraft Club

🖌️ 6:00 Doodle Club (Art)

🎲 6:00 Tabletop Club

Tuesday

🧠 5:00 Social Club

🎮 5:00 Roblox age 8-12

🐉 6:00 DnD (starts May 21st)

🎥 6:00 Video Production (Jun 4t)

Wednesday

👾 5:00 Minecraft

🧠 6:00 Understanding My Brain

🚜 6:00 Stardew Valley

👨🏼‍💻 6:00 Games Design (Jun 5th)

Thursday

🧠 5:00 Anime Club (May 16th)

🎮 5:45 Roblox

🐉 5:45 DnD Club

Our impact

70%

of young people felt more confident after using Uncommon

400+

families trust Uncommon to support their tweens and teens

4.6*/5

amazing average user ratings from discerning teens and parents!

What parents say

Parent of autistic teen (13)

Although nervous before each session, as the course went on those nerves diminished quickly. For me this is huge. After a year of Covid teaching online she'd had enough of video calls. But I think you may have changed her mind. They aren't all bad, and for this, a topic she is insecure about, not having to face others enabled her to have a more comfortable learning environment.

We're powered by the UK's top innovation, social impact, wellbeing and neurodiversity research organisations

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Meet our tutors and coaches

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Mekkin (Autistic/ADHD)

Performance & Storytelling

Mekkin is our Lead Facilitator and an expert in delivering online sessions with neurodivergent young people. Both autistic and ADHD, Mekkin is a vocal neurodiversity advocate with a background in performance and storytelling.

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