March 2017

Scottish Disability Sports Summer Camp

Scottish Disability Sports is delighted to be co-ordinating the seventeenth annual Summer Sports Camp for young people with a physical disability and or sensory impairment. We are again fortunate to be supported by long-term partners Better Breaks and Celtic FC Foundation and sportscotland. The camp will include a comprehensive selection of sport and physcial activity along with an… Read more Scottish Disability Sports Summer Camp

HAGGEYE National Meeting

Haggeye, the forum for blind and partially sighted young people in Scotland, are to host their next National Meeting in Aberdeen on Saturday 22nd April 2017, 11:30am – 4:00pm. Full programme details and venue, which is to be near the train station, will be confirmed soon. Please contact Haggeye HQ on 0131 652 3140 or email haggeye@rnib.org.uk … Read more HAGGEYE National Meeting

Congratulations to Eilidh!

Eilidh Morrison, an S4 pupil supported by the Vision Support Service in Aberdeen, is to have another written piece published after entering the Seeing Ear short story writing competition. Selected entries are being published into a competition anthology by Seeing Ear. Eilidh is mad about science and decided to write a short story about NASA… Read more Congratulations to Eilidh!

Bridging the Gap: your future, your vision, your choice – Transition Guide for Young People in Scotland

Think of your transition from school and beyond as a series of journeys from one location to another e.g. school to college, university or employment. The journeys that get you from one location to another are what we call your points of transition. Careful planning for these times of change is very important especially for… Read more Bridging the Gap: your future, your vision, your choice – Transition Guide for Young People in Scotland