The Trustees of Paces Sheffield

15th October 2014

Seventeen years ago, Norman co-founded Paces.

Since then, he has committed and dedicated himself to promoting the education and upbringing of children and young people with motor dysfunctions, helping them on the journey to independent adulthood. He has a particular interest in supporting children and young people with Cerebral Palsy by the promotion and provision of facilities for Conductive Education. The proudest moment in Norman's career came when he was awarded the status of an Honorary Conductor of the International Petö Institute at the 8th World Congress of Conductive Education in Munich last October. Speaking of Norman's retirement John Biggin, Chair of the Trustees of Paces Sheffield said: -Norman's leadership of Paces Sheffield has brought many successes, not least of which was just last year when Paces School was recognised as -Outstanding in all aspects of its assessment by the Ofsted inspectors. -His experience and knowledge has been invaluable in our mission to make Paces Sheffield a world-class institution for the practice of, training in and research into Conductive Education that supports children and adults with Cerebral Palsy, as well as their families.

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