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Friends Re-united !

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On Saturday 17th June our school was buzzing with a group of ex pupils. The event was organised by Steve Troy. Around 20 ex pupils arrived and over a cup of tea or coffee introduced themselves and let everyone know what years they attended the school. Some ex members of staff came too. It was wonderful to hear the range …

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Happy Easter !

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Our children and young people had an eggseptional start to their Easter celebrations this year, thanks to the generosity of some local businesses. Everyone received an Easter egg thanks to Sainsburys (Woolton), ICS (Industrial Cleaning Supplies, Liverpool), Solo Security and Cunningham Brown, who donated the wonderful wall of eggs you can see on our photo header. Investic Wealth and BWMcFarlane …

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Red Nose Day !

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Red Nose Day arrived at RSB. As usual everyone pulled together to make a range of fun games and activities available to our pupils staff and parents. You could have your photograph taken wearing a range of accessories, undertake a treasure hunt around the school, find treasure on a treasure map. If none of these took your fancy you could …

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Dads Play and Stay

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A brilliant time was had by all last Saturday. Our Dads “Play and Stay” group met once more here in school. The venue was changed, they all met in the gym. However, the fun and warmth of welcome were the same as ever. It’s great to have time to meet other dads, swap stories, share advice, but most of all …

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World Book Day

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On the 8th March this year everyone at RSB were very excited to ‘Do Something Booky’ for Work Book day! We had a visit from author of the children’s book series ‘Pugalugs’ Jessica Parish and publisher Mark Parish for a book reading and meet and greet. All of the children really enjoyed their visit, particularly meeting the canine stars of ...
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Teacher Required (EYFS)

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ROYAL SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND LIVERPOOL The Royal School for the Blind, Liverpool offers educational placements for children with visual impairments and moderate to severe learning disabilities. Placements at the school are for both day and residential children. It is the aim of the School to provide the highest educational and care opportunities for all our children. The ages of …

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RSB-LivPac Coffee Morning

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A massive thank you to everyone who turned up for our first joint coffee morning between RSB and LivPac parents and carers group. Their was a fantastic turn out. Donna Phips, of LivPac has so much information and experience that many of our parents and staff in school, found so valuable. We hope it’s just the first of many. If …

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Uneggspected Twist !

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As you can see they are all getting on very well, running around getting as much eggsercise as possible. It’s been an eggseptional year for us and everyone is delighted with chicks first day on planet oeuf.

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RSB Celebrates £2,500 gift from the Patron’s Fund

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The Royal School for the Blind is celebrating after receiving a £2,500 gift from The Patron’s Fund, the charitable fund set up to acknowledge the work of the charitable organisations for which Her Majesty, The Queen acts as a Patron, on the occasion of her 90th birthday. Around £750,000 is available to distribute between nearly 300 charities and other organisations …

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A Chicken has Landed !

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Would you believe it.  Already one chick has cracked us up by eggscaping it’s shell.  Staff have been henchanted by its antics. Look at the little fella ! There could be more than half a dozen this time tomorrow.  Who knows? – more by Fryday ?