Helping children with neurodisabilities reach their fullest potential in life for over thirty years
In 1997, following a capital appeal, we moved to our current primary school building in Coventon Road. And in 2012, with our new Chief Executive Amanda Richardson at the helm, we moved onto our Wendover Road site, raising the capital to establish our early intervention and secondary school facilities.
Today, Pace is led by our third Chief Executive Ian Sansbury and operates from these two sites in Aylesbury, as well as delivering commissioned therapy services to three local special schools and a rapidly developing digital provision.
We now support hundreds of children with neurodisabilties and their families – and our sights are set on delivering a genuinely national impact.
Our traditional specialism is in supporting children and young people with cerebral palsy and other similar sensory motor disorders, and that is still the principal focus of our school provision.
However, our therapy services increasingly cater for children with a much wider variety of needs, including autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), social emotional and mental health challenges (SEMH), behavioural challenges, school refusal and motor coordination challenges.
The Pace approach
At Pace, we have a unique way of doing things. Our proven method of supporting children with neurodisabilities is based on over 30 years’ experience and intentional innovation.
Find out about our specialist school for children aged 3 to 16 years old with neurodisabilities such as Cerebral PalsyTherapy Services
Learn how our our dedicated team of therapists work with you and your child to support their development.Advice
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More than anything else, Pace is a community – of children, young people, families, staff, volunteers, and supporters. We’d love you to join us in all that we seek to do.