Parent Portal

The school’s parent portal is the online website that allows parents access to the school’s files. There you will be able to see the information and reports we hold for your child.

If we already have your email address, you should have been emailed your username and passwords.

To access the Parent Portal please click here

We advise that you copy (ctrl c) and paste (ctrl v) your passwords into the respective boxes to avoid typing errors.



The History of Conductive Education was developed in Hungary by Professor András Peto

Our History

Conductive Education was developed in Hungary by Professor András Peto, a physician and educationalist. Peto believed that human development is holistic and that learning occurs in an integrated way, encompassing the sensory, motor, cognitive, communication and socio-emotional aspects of development.

He based his approach on newly discovered scientific evidence of his time, which described the brain’s unique capacity to form new connections despite the damage that may have occurred within. Peto found that people with motor disorders could indeed learn new skills by utilising undamaged areas of the brain and as a result overcome their problems of movement and co-ordination. According to Professor Peto, this ability can be mobilised with the help of a properly guided, active learning process. That is the reason why the Professor called his method “conductive”.

Conductive = leading, developing

For more information about the origins of Conductive Education and it’s development, the aims and elements, visit the New Zealand Foundation for Conductive Education website.

Who Can Benefit?

Conductive Education can be successfully applied to help children with syndromes/symptoms including varying forms of Infantile Cerebral Palsy (ICP), Spina Bifida, Perceptual disorders, Muscular Hypotonia syndrome, Conditions following encephalitis and meningitis, after effects of head injuries, and acquired brain disorders following drowning, stroke, or tumours.

Our programme can be beneficial to children recovering from an acute,long-term illness that has affected neurological and motor skill development, assessed as requiring intervention by a multidisciplinary team and not covered under another service.

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