2017 marks 20 years since Paces, as you know it, was formed and moved to our Campus in High Green in Sheffield.

Norman Perrin, our first Chief Executive, was one of the driving forces behind the development of the old High Green Secondary School building, into the specialist centre for children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders which we are today.

The move to our existing site came after Paces began running classes at Norton College in the early 1990's. We ran Conductive Education classes on their campus until 1997 - Norton College is due to be demolished this month.

This year we’ll mark the anniversary with a series of exciting events, celebrations and activities to highlight how we’re as committed to being at the heart of the community and a leader in conductive education as ever – and we’ll put a particular focus on our amazing children, pupils and staff.

Join us as we continue to set the Pace for Cerebral Palsy.