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The Wild Bunch

Sensory Regulation Training for Schools, Delivered by a Neurodivergent Mind

Hi, I'm Katie, Neurodivergent Founder of 'The Wild Bunch'.

I am Autistic and ADHD, that means my brain might work in a different way to yours.

​It isn't broken! I just experience things in another way.

I am passionate about showing others that it's okay to be YOU!  Everyone is different, and that's what makes the world so unique.

Read on for more information about how my Sensory Training can help you.

The Wild Bunch

My mission is to help children, and their grown ups, learn more about how to understand sensory needs, and the experiences, emotions and actions that accompany them; as well as teaching them ways to self-regulate and co-regulate using clear, inclusive, accessible techniques.  Read more below about how my Inclusion Training can help you. 

The benefits to you as an education provider include improved mental, emotional and physical wellbeing of the children you support, with noticeable improvements in:

  • Behaviour

  • Concentration

  • Communication with the children and with each other


When children can learn to understand how and why they are feeling the way they do and feel safe and able to communicate how they feel to others, it has a huge impact on every aspect of their life, including their ability to thrive when learning.

An inclusive approach to education is proven to:

  • Increase accomplishments and self esteem

  • Improve self awareness and an inclusive mindset

  • Reduce bullying and anxiety

  • Create an overall more positive environment for growth.


My workshops focus on the 8 senses, and how they affect our daily lives.

The programme uses 8 friendly animals to explain that we all experience the world differently!

Children will learn about the 8 senses and discover they are all different and all have special characteristics that make them unique.

Our special senses are amazing, they even allow us to help others, but sometimes they mean we need to ask for help, and that’s amazing too!

This ability to understand what is going on inside themselves is important for all children and the adults supporting them, but especially those who are neurodiverse, who may not feel like they fit into the same groups as others around them.

As a neurodivergent person myself I have real lived experience of how overwhelming life can be when you are not regulated and have used that experience to develop this programme for all children, and adults, to have a better understanding of just what that means on a practical level.

My workshop has been vetted by an established sensory Occupational Therapist with over 15 years’ experience.


For more information about my Sensory Training please get in touch by calling me on 07377 674652 or emailing

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