Vision Friendly Mark Launch.

Positive Eye will be launching its brand new Vision Friendly Mark at this event. The 6 schools currently piloting the Mark will be present to share their experiences. Vision Friendly Mark is a set of standards. Established to enable schools to show their commitment to vision friendly spaces for children with VI.

The award winning Positive Looking.

The development of visual skills resource is now used across UK Special Schools. Designed to support the development of visual skills in children with complex needs. An opportunity for those using the resource to share best practices. A chance to learn together about the best resources. To find out how schools have embedded a whole school approach.

Proposed Programme Schedule
9.15 – 9.45am: Registration and refreshments
9.45 – 9.55am: Introduction – Positive Eye
9.55 – 10.15am: Vision Friendly Mark Award Presentations
10.15 – 10.45am:The Vision Friendly Schools Pilot Group presentation. Joint presentation by all participating schools
10.45 – 11.00am: Break
11.00 – 12 noon: Positive Eye on Positive Looking – a practical session of ideas and resources
12 noon – 12.45pm: Lunch
12.45 – 1.15pm: Positive Looking successes and resource sharing session. (Practitioners to bring their top resources to show and talk about)
1.15 – 2.00pm: Positive Looking in Literacy – Multi-sensory story session
2.00 pm – 2.45pm: Positive Looking Make and Take
2.45 – 3.00pm: Plenary and close

Date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019
Time: 9.15am – 3.15pm
Venue: St Helens Chamber of Commerce, Salisbury Street, Off Chalon Way, Saint Helens WA10 1FY
Cost: £30 per head (places are limited)
Refreshments: Provided.
Please bring own lunch

Testimonial

The resource is presented in a clear way that is easy to understand and follow. Any professional used to following the national curriculum would be able to quickly use this document, and identify the relevant aspects of the curriculum they might be looking to adapt to specific children

Class teacher, Caroline McAleavy tells how Positive Outcomes for Children with SEND will support her teaching