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Archive for May 2010

What is Conductive Education

Conductive education is a system of education specifically designed for children and adults who have motor disorders (problems with moving) of neurological origin (damage to the movement areas of the brain). It is based on the premise that the per...

About Cerebral Palsy

DEFINITION OF CEREBRAL PALSY Cerebral palsy is a term used to describe a group of chronic conditions affecting body movements and muscle coordination. It is caused by damage to one or more specific areas of the brain, usually occurring during...

MLA's Pledge Support

We we delighted at the historic news that all the leaders of the political  parties have agreed to establish a new Assembly to administer the affairs of the country. We have pledges of support from nearly all the MLA's to Save Buddy Bear...

NI Assembly Resolution of Support

NORTHERN IRELAND ASSEMBLY Tuesday 19 February 2008 Resolved: That this Assembly supports conductive education and commends the Buddy Bear School, Dungannon, to the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister and the Minister o...

A Lifetime of Difference

"a lifetime of difference" - Position Paper for consideration by the Office of First Minister and Deputy First Minister - download now  

BBT & The NI Assembly

A Lifetime of Difference NI Assembly Resolution of Support Correspondence regarding assembly resolution MLA's pledge support Education Minister President Mary McAleese

History of the BBT

The Buddy Bear Trust was established in 1988 at the request of parents who wished their children with cerebral palsy to be taught using Conductive Education as provided in the Peto Andras Institute in Budapest. Following the screening of two ...

Our Team

This is our team Principal: Miss Ildiko Veres Chairman: Mr Brendan J McConville  

Admissions

Any parent who wishes to have a child admitted to the school should first of all contact the school and arrange an appointment to meet the principal Ildiko Veres who will then assess whether the child can be admitted to the school. Any child of sc...