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Music Therapy @ RSB

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Our music therapist, Roz Whiteley, has written an account of one of our pupils first experience of music therapy. Follow the link below to find out about his exciting experience. Adam’s First Music Therapy Session

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Radio City, Mission Christmas – Cash for Kids . . . .

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Radio City are  asking you to buy an extra present that we can give to a disadvantaged local child to make their Christmas morning special. They need new and unwrapped gifts suitable for children and young people aged 0-18 years, and you can donate at drop-off points across the region from the 14th November. To get your toys to Radio City …

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Vacancy : Residential Support Worker

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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. RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKER …

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Visit from Luciana Berger M.P.

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On Friday the 4th of November, we were privileged to have a visit from our local MP Luciana Berger. Touring the school, she met pupils and staff from the Nursery, Primary and Senior Departments. During her time with the Post 16 class she joined in with their business enterprise scheme and made an eco-brick from shredded recycled newspaper. Luciana Berger …

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Help us Fundraise for a Minibus !

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We now only have two very old minibuses left to use for day trips for our children. Due to the complex needs of our children, we need to have reliable wheelchair accessible minibuses and therefore each minibus can only carry 3 wheelchairs plus dedicated support staff. Our current status means that we can only ever take out 6 children who …

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Halloween Disco !

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Our Halloween disco took place on Monday. There were some superbly spooky outfits being worn, considering it was the first day back after half term. There were skeletons, witches, clowns and some very glamourous looking outfits ! Our gym had been decorated superbly with all sorts of creepy cobwebs. The bravest pupils placed their hands in bowls of jelly which …

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Pumpkins Galore !

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It’s that time of year again ! Pumpkins are appearing all over the place and the RSB is no exception. We faced the challenge to prod, poke, de-deed, scrape and voíla ! Our designs show what creative spirits (no pun intended) reside here in school. Each class chose a design, courtesy of Google and got to work to produce a …

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Happy Retirement Bob !

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A day tinged with sadness as we broke up for half term.  A longstanding member of staff celebrated the beginning of his retirement.  Bob Maley has been our longest serving teacher and everyone is sad to see him go.    He kindly laid on some wonderful cakes for staff and pupils to enjoy during the day, before ending in style …

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Well Done Bananas !

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It’s no surprise to find out how some of our  smallest children have the biggest hearts.  When Banana Class set out to organise this years MacMillan Coffee Morning, I bet they had no idea of the task ahead.  However, it’s really clear that all their hard work has paid off.  The total amount raised was £304.65  – an amazing result. There were …

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MacMillan goes ‘Bananas.’

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A big thankyou to Banana Class who organized our MacMillan Coffee Morning this year. Our Children and Young people, their parents, grandparents, carers, staff, ex staff and friends of the School all came together in a good cause – eat CAKE ! – In a good cause of course. One small problem was there was so much cake to choose …