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Weʼre raising £3,000 to Help Build a New Home for Paces by Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

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The sky really is the limit!

Paces is a leading specialist centre for children with Cerebral Palsy and other motor disorders, with an ever growing reputation for excellence in Conductive Education.

In September 2019, we will be climbing Mount Kilimajaro in Tanzania with Paces Chief Executive Spencer Pitfield to raise money for A New Home For Paces campaign - an ambitious project for a new, purpose built centre.

Our aim is to raise as much as we possibly can to help support this vitally important project.

Paces School has been rated as ‘Outstanding in every category’ by Ofsted.

Conductive Education as a holistic approach is unique and is highly effective in meeting the learning needs of our children and young people.

Paces was established in the 1990s by a small group of parents who recognised the benefits of Conductive Education for their children with cerebral palsy.

A growing number of families have since taken advantage of Paces’ unique way of working, enabling their children to reap great benefits from our integrated approach which focuses on personal goals and aspirations.

This is a vitally important project for Paces - please help us raise as much as we can to help make this project a reality!

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      We are climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for Paces Sheffield to support the 'A New Home For Paces' campaign!

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