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Up, Up and Away . . . . .

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As you may have guessed, something special happened after our celebratory dinner to mark the Queens 90th Birthday. Each class took a helium balloon outside ready to launch into the sky, hoping they travel as far as possible. Tied to each balloon was a special message explaining why they were released, where they were released from and a request that …

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Our celebrations continue . . .

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A fantastic party was held in school today to celebrate the Queens 90th Birthday. Everyone, pupils and staff were treated to a wonderful feast prepared by Elaine and Kerry. We’ve been working hard all week making party hats, table decorations and bunting, to decorate McGregor Hall and it looked fabulous. As we ate our dinner we were treated to a …

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Happy Birthday Ma’am !

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We’ve been preparing to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday for some time now. Preparations began with each class making their own Birthday card to wish her Majesty a special day. As you can see there’s a creative array of designs made with all manor of tactile materials. They were posted to the Palace some time ago now, so we hope …

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Merseyside Life after Stroke Group

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Our Bradbury Students raised money, earlier this year, during our Easter Bingo celebration. They decided to pass this on to the “Merseyside Life after Stoke Group,” based in Aintree. A sum of £103,45 was raised. The group is a self supporting group who undertake fantastic work, supporting people of all ages recovering from the effects of a Stroke. Well done …

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Dame Lorna Muirhead DBE, opens “Teddys” Nursery

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Here at the Royal School for the Blind, we’re extremely proud of our Royal Patronage. We’re also extremely proud of our School and how it’s thriving. Our latest venture “Teddy’s” Nursery, opened its doors a few weeks ago. What better way to mark our official opening than to celebrate with the Queen's representative in Merseyside. We were delighted to welcome ...
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Teddy’s Nursery Open !

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“Teddys Nursery” opened it’s ‘magical’ doors on Monday the 18th April after much hard work preparing a fabulously fun environment in which to play and learn. We open from 08.30 to 11.30 Monday to Friday and 12.30 to 15.30 Monday to Thursday. A couple of ‘taster’ sessions were held on the 29th and 30th March, which proved a great success. ...
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St Mary’s College, Wallasey, Concert

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A Massive thanks to students from St Marys College, Wallasey, who came to perform a fantastic concert for our pupils on Tuesday 19th April. Everything was planned by the students, ranging from the programme to be performed, organising equipment and all kept to a tightly timed schedule ! – Impressive. Rhythm Essentials produced a fantastic programme. Our pupils really enjoyed ...

Parent & Toddler Swimming Group

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Parent and Toddler Swimming Group Alder Hey Community Physiotherapy Team are now offering a Parent and Toddler swimming session at “The Royal School for the Blind.”  As a community based service we want to continue to offer community locations for our group sessions. These sessions are aimed for children who have physical disabilities or gross motor developmental delay and are …

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Bill Bygroves, LFC Chaplain & his team visit RSB

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We had a brilliant afternoon in school. Bill Bygroves is the chaplain to Liverpool football club, a friend of the school who regularly pays us a visit. Bill and some of his band of helpers arrived on Thursday to entertain us. Our pupils always enjoy a visit from Bill as he sings a load of songs we can all join ...