Woodstar School says distance no object
We had a busy and fun Conductive Education Awareness Week 2018 this week, joining in with other CE centres around the UK to raise the profile of Conductive Education.
The theme for the week is “How far can you go for Conductive Education?”
It’s 1,206 miles or 1,940 km from Nottingham (the venue for this year’s CE Conference) to Budapest, home of the Peto Institute, the world centre of Conductive Education. So we joined in the challenge among the CE community to cover this distance. The children all took part in a 75m relay race around the school and Centre, walking, using walkers or other ways to get around.
Finn Emmerson, Head of Woodstar School, said:
“As the London-based centre for CE for children, we want to help promote Conductive Education and the life-changing benefits it brings to children who have movement disorders. The children all did magnificently getting around the course, covering 1.165 km in total! I was particularly proud to see them taking part so determinedly and supporting each other.”
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