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Building confidence, comfort and connection

for young people in years 7, 8 and 9 who are struggling with school

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Over the next few weeks we will be running a series of 3 different sessions for young people in years 7, 8 and 9

These sessions will give young people the opportunity to

  • Connect with others who understand and share their struggles

  • Understand the unique challenges they face as neurodivergent people

  • Take part in tasks and learn techniques that will help improve their comfort and confidence.

Important Information
Please read before booking

  • For safeguarding reasons, a caregiver must be present in the same room while their young person is participating.

  • There’s no pressure to be on camera and we use a range of communication techniques. There is no need to talk, or keep
    cameras or microphones on if that is not comfortable for the individual.


  • All sessions are run by someone who is themselves ADHD or autistic, and the content is evidence-based and reviewed by mental health clinicians.

  • No formal diagnosis is needed to participate.

  • Sessions  will be held in small groups of 6 to 8 young people.

  • We recommend that you book in 3 week blocks, but there is no obligation to attend all 3 sessions.

Book your sessions
We recommend booking all sessions in a block, there is no obligation to attend all 3 sessions

Group A begins Friday 17th February at 3:00pm

No upcoming events at the moment

Group B begins Friday 17th February at 6:00pm

Group C begins Monday 20th February at 6:00pm

Group D begins Wednesday 22nd February at 6:00pm

Uncommon is funded and supported by

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