Royal Blind School hosts National Braille Week coffee morning

Posted: 12/10/2017 | Education, ,

Pupils of the Royal Blind School served up an array of delicious food and drink as part of a special National Braille Week coffee morning.

Royal Blind School coffee morning Guests were invited to ‘go dotty’ with their outfits while they dined on scones, cakes and tea and coffee at the Braille-themed event at the school’s coffee shop today.

Pupils’ work was also on display, including Braille artwork and poetry about the inventor of Braille, Louis Braille.

The coffee morning coincides with World Sight Day – a day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. 

National Braille Week aims to raise awareness of the importance of Braille and other alternative formats that open up the written world to people with visual impairments.

Get involved in National Braille Week today and access our free resources including, posters, games and activities on Braille.