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Forget Slade, Wham and those tired old yuletide tracks. This year, Forward Vision's young adults have made their very own Christmas musical classic - and it needs your votes!
Royal Blind School pupil and author Andrew Pettigrew sends a thank you message to all those who made a donation for his book of poems and helped raise funds for tackling Ebola in West Africa.
A visit from an overseas student highlights the importance of the outreach work being done by the Royal Blind School.
The show must go on, as they say, so this week's stormy weather didn't stop Kidscene's annual Christmas singalong in the sensory garden: it just moved it indoors!
Royal Blind’s Christmas celebrations kicked off last week with a concert hosted together with Nordoff Robbins Scotland.
Forward Vision and Kidscene's Care Services Manager, Julie Jamieson, met well-known author and charity leader Camila Batmanghelidjh recently at a major community care conference in London.
With their liquorice-allsort themed scarves, this troupe of female singers don't just sing sweetly, they dress the part too.
The Royal Blind School celebrated a historic day when our Patron, His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, officially opened the £4.5 million re-developed school building in Morningside on Thursday 27 November.
The Royal Blind School recently attended the Scottish Disability Sports Junior Championships in Grangemouth.
An inspiring afternoon of conversation and performance took place at the Royal Blind School this month. The "Music Unlimited" event was the finale of a student-led enquiry into music-making opportunities, with pupils from Royal Blind School and James Gillespie's High School coming together creatively.