Educating young people who are blind or vision impaired

Author: Hannah Elmes

All students cheering with their egg parachutes

Experimenting with parachutes!

As the end of the academic year nears, the last week in school is usually spent off-timetable – doing lots of fun activities with the students such as trips out, visits, Sports Day and games.

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Student in Science lesson wearing protective eyewear and looking at different materials

Science Education and Access to Nature

Children and young people (CYP) with vision impairment (VI) benefit from learning experiences outside of the classroom arguably more than their sighted peers. Engaging and learning with nature not only improves knowledge and understanding but is a powerful tool to improve wellbeing.

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