HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR BRAIN?
Creating Young Leaders
Over 8 – 12 weeks, our Young Leaders Programme supports young people aged 10 – 25 to explore the brain, body, thoughts and behaviours whilst also developing their digital, creative and media skills.
Backed by science, designed by our expert team in collaboration with young people and delivered through play-based interactive teaching methods, the programme supports young people to learn about themselves whilst giving them the confidence to support their peers.
WE WORK WITH THESE AMAZING ORGANISATIONS…
We believe in the power of play as a tool to enhance learning for people of all ages. Which is why all of our programmes and games are built on the foundations of learning and fun, with play at the heart of all we do.
We create games that support people of all ages to understand how their brain, body, thoughts and emotions are connected.
WE usE fun, laughter & play to ensure THAT
EVERY CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON
Understands the power of their brain
Has a safe space to learn about themselves and their mental health in a modern world
Has the confidence to support other young people around mental health and wellbeing
WHAT OUR YOUNG LEADERS ARE SAYING…
“I know what the Cerebellum is and what a Neuron is!”
“After the first session I just felt like I’d been here for years. I felt like we were a team and we could conquer anything.”
“I feel like it has had a profoundly positive impact on my life and I like the open environment that it creates for people to talk about their issues and mental health.“
“It teaches you about how to be more considerate about others.“
Our News & Updates
Keep up to date with all the latest Neuro Champions news and find out more about the impact we are creating…
We had the privilege of working with a wonderful group of young people as part of our Neuro Champions young leaders programme at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Merseyside. Alongside Dr Foat-Smith we ran our group with 12 young people and it was a massive success...
Yesterday a study in the The Lancet showed an increase in #SelfHarm. We know that self harm is often a life saving response for young people going through a difficult time. However this way of coping is not helpful and can lead to other problems. We run...
'Thank you for picking me for this' As we are coming to the end of one of our Neuro Champion Young Leaders programmes, we are collecting lots of data to evidence our outcomes. Some of these outcomes include an increased knowledge of the brain, neuroscience and mental...