Conductive Education School - Kuwait

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Conductive Education School - Kuwait

School Profile:
Founded 2003
151 students with special needs,
aged 3.5   21 years
English National Curriculum,
Conductive Education, Arabic and Islamic Studies according to Kuwait Ministry of Education regulations
74 staff.

Location: Farwaniya, Block 1, Jordan Street, behind Al-Taddmun Sports Club
Postal Address:
PO Box 27215,Safat 13133, Kuwait

The Conductive Education School - Kuwait (CESK) was established in September 2003 to offer the best possible educational and rehabilitation services to enable students with special needs (including Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Global Development Delay, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, Down syndrome,  genetic conditions and complex disorders) and in particular children and young adults with neurological motor disabilities and related conditions. Our aim is to ,enable students to function more independently at home, in educational environments, at work and in community settings. This reduces their dependency on others in essential everyday activities and makes constructive steps towards integration into society. The school is one of several that are owned by Afaq Company for Educational Services, is the second largest conductive school in the world and the first in the Arab regions.  It received the First Stage of the Inclusion and Quality Mark (IQM) from the Special and Inclusive Services (SIS), UK. 
CESK is a special needs school which uses the Conductive System of Education (as originally developed by the Peto Institute in Hungary), the English National Curriculum and a Kuwaiti Arabic and Islamic curriculum. Specialist services are also available including speech therapy, psychology, social worker and extra curricula activities for registered and private students.
The international staff group comprises of professionals from Europe, America, Middle East/Gulf Region, Asia, Africa and South America including British, Americans, Canadians and Hungarians.
Facilities include a swimming pool, sensory room, conductive classrooms, special needs classrooms, TV/media rooms, computer lab, music room, library, life skills rooms, meeting room, covered play area, gardens, air conditioning, full wheelchair access, lifts, assistive IT technology, toilets for the disabled, transportation services between home and school.
The school s academic year runs from September to June. The school day for pupils is from 7.30am until 1pm from Saturday to Wednesday. The weekend comprises of Thursday and Friday. Religious and national holidays are observed, and there is a mid-year break and summer holiday.
Every Child Matters! The school aims to provide the highest quality services for individuals with special needs through a holistic approach implementing Conductive Education and the English National Curriculum to support the individuals' multidimensional needs in a rounded, dignified and humane manner, utilizing and nurturing each individual's potential, gifts and qualities.


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