Brighton-based charity providing free Conductive Education for local children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders

Whoopsadaisy is a charity for children with cerebral palsy and other motor conditions. We provide free Conductive Education sessions to help them reach their full potential.

Conductive Education is a programme combining learning and play with rhythm and repetition. This helps each child achieve key milestones such as learning to sit up, stand, or take their first steps. Working in small groups of up to four children, we tailor sessions to the needs and abilities of each child. We aren't only focused on developing their physical skills. We also try to build their self-confidence, communication skills, and independence.

Parents, carers and children can attend our Parent and Child Groups for babies and children aged up to 5. Each session lasts one to two hours. We also run Saturday sessions and holiday clubs. These are for children with physical disabilities aged 5 to 12.

We provide advice and support for families, carers, teachers and schools, too.

How to access this service 

Contact us if you're interested in our service. Before using the service, one of our staff will assess your child.


  • Whoopsadaisy, Preston Park, Brighton, BN1 6HN

Contact information

Opening times

8am-4pm Tuesday to Saturday


Free, but donations towards sessions appreciated


  • Disabled toilet
  • Disabled toilet with changing table for adults
  • All gender toilet
  • Baby changing
  • Wheelchair accessible entrance
  • Wheelchair accessible all areas of building
  • Disabled parking bay close to building
  • Simple English and picture boards signposting all areas of building