Monday, 11 January 2016


Schrëtt fir Schrëtt

Another of the conductive services formed in the nineteen-nineties, in the second wave of international interest in Conductive Education, is this week celebrating its twentieth anniversary – Schrëtt fir Schrëtt (Step by Step) in Luxembourg/Luxemburg.

Luxembourg straddles one of Europe's great joins, between the Francophonie and the German sphere, incorporating both languages and its own. The latter is manifest in its CE Centre's name, Schrëtt fir Schrëtt (in the Luxembourgish language), with the two great cultural blocks apparent in the centre's parallel websites:

And (of course?) an English website is also promised.

One further background fact that may be of significance: Luxembourg enjoys the highest per capita gross domestic product of any country in the world.

Birthday bash

From 1430, Friday 15 January

Nibbles, birthday cake, wine...

Anniversary meeting

From 1830, Friday 15 January

In addition to a presentation of Schrëtt fir Schrëtt's school there will also be:
  • Dr. Champolion, medical disability specialist, working with Conductive Education (France)
  • Dr. Leclercq, psychiatrist, President of the Franco-Belgian Association of Conductive Pedagogy
  • Peter von Quadt, Founder of Fortschritt Starnberg (Germany)
  • Zsuzsa Hadházi and Zsuzsa Balázs, conductors
Further details:


Both events will be held at the Kulturcentrum Prince Henri de Walferdange:

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Blogger NormanP said...

I wonder how many more 20th anniversaries there are coming up? 2017 will see the anniversary of Paces' permanent conductive education services at High Green, Sheffield in 1997.

Monday, 11 January 2016 at 23:07:00 GMT  

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