Read about the Royal Blind School and Royal Blind's other services in our magazine iSite.
Five Royal Blind School pupils recently enjoyed a trip on the long awaited Edinburgh tram network as part of 'Exercise Salvador'. The pupils joined hundreds of volunteers to assess how the system coped with large crowds and met the needs of visually impaired people. Kezia Dugdale, MSP for Edinburgh South and Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, launched Kidscene's new premises and Rachel roger describes her fundraising initiative to support Grandson Nathan, who attends the Royal Blind School, after losing his vision as a result of serious illness.
Libby Clegg describes how experiences as a Royal Blind School pupil have helped her deal with the demands of being a professional athlete and her delight at becoming a Royal Blind Ambassador. We have visited Forward Vision's music group who use specially adapted musical instruments to express themselves creatively whilst the Elderflowers, from the charity Hearts and Minds, have been visiting residents at Braeside House using a combination of music, comedy and puppetry to reach the person behind degenerative illnesses such as dementia.Download
In our summer i-Site magazine we feature the re-development project at the Canaan Lane campus of the Royal Blind School, Forward Vision expansion plans, Royal Blind School pupils showcase their talents at the Come to Your Senses Concert plus exciting developments at our Kidscene after-school club.Download
In our fantastic spring 2013 issue former Royal Blind pupil & British paralympic silver medalist visits the Royal Blind school, reports from the 'Rabbies Girls' & 'Royal Blind Bake-off' events, we celebrate a happy 1st birthday for Kidscene and an update with regards to the new experiences and thrilling adventures of Scottish War Blinded members.