The children we work with
Children who attend our school groups have needs ranging from very complex learning challenges relating to their neurodisabilities, to children who have mild to moderate physical difficulties and related learning needs. Children are placed in groups according to their age, abilities and challenges. Some children in our services have visual and/or hearing impairment in addition to their motor disorders and curriculum delivery is carefully modified to meet these additional needs. Due to the complex nature of many Pace children, Pace also has an onsite nursing team.
Pace offers a highly personalised ‘whole child’ integrated curriculum for school placed children aged 3-16. Rather than being defined by a single methodology, Pace has developed its own unique ‘transdisciplinary’ methodology and curriculum approach.
“ Transdisciplinary practice involves a team of professionals working together to deliver individually tailored intervention services to children and their families … Role release is a defining aspect of transdisciplinary practice.” (Northcott, Australia)