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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …

“Who Let the Dad’s Out ?”

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We don’t know “Who let the Dad’s Out,” but here at RSB, we’re certainly glad they did. We also hope they were glad to have been let out ! Our first ‘WLTDsO’ event has been a great success. A keen eye was kept on the Dad’s, by their children, as they enjoyed quality time together in a fantastic environment. There …


Heritage Open Day

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On Saturday we opened our doors to the public in support of the nationwide Heritage Open Day initiative.  A Heritage ‘Trail’ had been developed to reveal past events in the life of our school on its Wavertree site.  Selected archives were available to view and a film commemorating the visit of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second in 1991 was …


Who let the Dads out ???

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Our school is hosting a really special event for Dad’s who have children with additional needs.  Why not come along on Saturday September 24th from 10 am – 12 Midday. Please come along to the Royal School for the Blind, Side Entrance  Drink coffee Earn points with your wife/partner Grandads + other male carers welcome Bring your kids/ babies ‘PLAY …

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Summer Holiday Club

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Our Summer “Holiday Club” has been a great success. We have had three days of fun, frolics and friendship. We had a fantastic day out at Sefton Park and the sun shone. As you can see the Palm House was looking good. Next day we were busy at ‘home base.’ Some of us with an ‘arty’ leaning made some 3D …

What to do this Summer . . . .

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Liverpool Empire Theatre Thursday 11th August/Saturday 13th August A 60 minute nonstop highly interactive and energetic show, jam packed with singing, dancing, spectacular acrobatics and music, featuring original tracks from the hit TV show. LazyTown Live on Stage features Sportacus, Stephanie, Ziggy, Robbie Rotten and You, the audience! LazyTown means different things to different people. LazyTown appeals equally to boys …