We are proud to share our 2017 Strategy and Impact report with you.
See how your support has helped the children, families and staff achieve great things throughout 2016/2017
Strategy and Impact report Final May 30th 2017
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George has PVL four limb cerebral palsy with total body involvement. He was born 13 weeks early. There were complications, and as we had lost twins at 21 weeks our consultant needed to deliver our baby for him to
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Amanda Richardson, Chief Executive of Pace, Aylesbury and co-founder and Chief Executive of Action Cerebral Palsy, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list 2017, for services to Special Educational Needs.
Commenting on this announcement, Amanda said: “I feel so honoured to have
Go- Givers is a child-led citizenship project that aims to support pupils in identifying, researching and addressing a cause by developing an awareness – raising campaign, fundraising or taking direct action. It presents an opportunity for them to make a different to their local community
Last month the children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite book characters to celebrate World Book Day. We saw appearances from Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam, Little Miss Sunshine and more! We had a brilliant day reading our favourite stories, learning about the
On the 16th December 2016, Chris Hall, Ripcor member and cycling fanatic, began a challenge to cycle 107km a day for 107 days, to raise money for the 107 children, with motor disorders such as cerebral palsy, who benefit from our onsite educational therapeutic services.
Pace children from Willow and Cherry groups enjoyed a fabulous theatrical treat this week thanks to the generosity of our good friends at High Wycombe-based fire protection company Ultra SureFire.
Their kind support enabled the children to travel to see performances given by Oily Cart, a
On Tuesday 17th November, PACE celebrates the opening of the latest stage of its Early Years Centre, on the new Bradbury Campus, Stoke Mandeville, near Aylesbury.
The £1.2 million building has been completed as the latest stage in PACE’s ongoing £4.5million “First Steps Appeal”, and joins the
The Rotary Movement is renowned across the UK and the world for its support for good causes and, that is just as true here in Buckinghamshire. Winslow Rotary Club members David Sibthorp (President) and Nigel Turnbull visited the PACE primary school on Coventon Road, Aylesbury,