Know Your Rights: update on current legislation and benefits for children and young people with sensory impairments: Wednesday 23rd May 2018 This free afternoon event will be of interest to teachers of the deaf, teachers of visual impairment, mainstream teachers, support staff, educational psychologists, habilitation and rehabilitation workers, parents and carers. The aim of this half-day event is… Read more Know Your Rights Free Information Event
Collins online French / English https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english-french (and use the built-in browser tools to zoom etc if required). If you have access to Google Chrome browser the ‘SpeakIt’ extension will read aloud highlighted words and sentences – there are European French male and female voices for free. Franklin Bilingual French / English Electronic Dictionary: http://amzn.eu/axB7FHh (screen… Read more Online Dictionaries
Scottish Disability Sport is working in partnership to provide a National event exclusively for children, young people and adults with visual impairments from across Scotland. Sports on offer throughout the day are: athletics, cycling, football, goalball, judo and swimming. Date: Saturday 11th November, 2017 Venue: Scotstoun Leisure Centre, 122 Danes Drive, Glasgow, G14 9HD… Read more Visual Impairment Sport Engagement Day
The children had a great time together trampolining at Aberdeen Sports Village.
Primary 1-3 pupils had great fun at the Duthie Park finding out about mini beasts. First of all they used a spoon and paint brush to discover mini beasts amongst the leaves. They then put beasties into a bug viewer so they could have a closer look at them. After that it was time to have… Read more “Mini Beasts” Peer Support P1-3
North East Sensory Service Timetable for Spring 2017
The children had great fun at a dance workshop where they learned all about “locking” which is a form of hip hop dance. By the end of the morning they put all the moves together to make up a dance. Even the staff joined in. The children were definitely better at co-ordinating their hands and… Read more “Locking” P4-P6 Peer Support
Unfortunately the lady who was going to be doing Hip Hop dance at the Peer Support Event was ill on the day. However the children still had fun playing some indoor games at Airyhall. They played giant snakes and ladders, twister and skittles as well.
The children had lots of fun on their trip to Satrosphere. They attended a Bubble Workshop where they enjoyed being inside a giant bubble! They also had a chance to look round the exhibits and try them out.