Our Vision To set up a special needs school of excellence to provide complete educational/rehabilitation packages for children and adults with neurological and other disabilities...Read more
Our Mission To provide the highest quality services for individuals with special needs through the use of Conductive Education and the English National Curriculum to support...Read more
We Believe We believe that the most successful way to rehabilitate individuals is to teach holistically, in order to cater for the multidimensional needs of our students... Read more
Peto advocated that “Every single life can be improved.”
The Conductive Education (CE) system was developed in Hungary by physician and educator Andras Peto after World War II in 1945. His methods were based on the idea that despite damage, the nervous system still possesses the capacity to form new neural connections, which ability can be mobilized with the help of a properly guided, active learning process.
The objective of Conductive Education is not to directly change a certain disability but to integrate and coordinate various functions. It would be unrealistic to expect the motor disabled to coordinate various functions if practiced separately and to see them operating these functions in a complex and integrated way.
The Peto Conductive Education Program teaches the motor disabled to carry out coordinated and integrated actions through comprehensive education and daily routines. This program does not require special machines, instruments and auxiliary aids with advanced technology. The principle is that it is not the environment that has to be changed, but the motor disabled person needs to adapt to the environment.
The Peto Institute in Hungary has been training college level Conductors since 1963 who then supply Conductors to the rest of the world. In the last decade, other nations have established teaching schools to handle the overwhelming need for Conductors worldwide.
The AFAQ Company for Educational Services in the State of Kuwait has followed suit by establishing its first Conductive Education School (CESK) in 2003 and it is the first school in the Gulf regions and Arab world that uses the Conductive System of Education. This system of education is not only successful with students with physical disabilities but highly successful with students who have other forms of brain damage or special needs.