Elements of language training are used in the classes. In addition, selected elements of P. Dennison’s educational kinesiology are used, and in the case of children with special needs M. Ch. Knill’s programmes and selected exercises from W. Sherborne’s method. Pedagogical therapy is the influence of psychological and pedagogical means on the causes of learning difficulties. The aim of such an influence is to eliminate failures. In addition, the therapy focuses on the consequences of these failures, e.g. low self-esteem, aversion to learning, attention deficit disorder, neurosis, etc. The therapy methods are individually selected according to the difficulties encountered by the child.

The classes support psychomotor development and focus on improving coordination, memory and attention.


Paedagogical therapy aims to stimulate and improve the child’s psychomotor development and the development of cognitive processes. The main focus of pedagogical therapy is the stimulation of the child’s overall mental, psychological, emotional and cognitive development. The programme of pedagogical therapy is adapted individually to the needs of each child. Through appropriately selected educational exercises, we train concentration, memory, eye-motor coordination and fine motor skills. Paedagogical therapy, if carried out correctly, can bring success not only in the area of exercised functions, but also benefits in the emotional area and increases self-confidence.