Does your visually impaired child dread their PE lessons in mainstream school, is it hard for them to access clubs in the community and be fully included? This free resource is for you!
So, this is it – exam time! You might be feeling prepared and ready to go, or stressed and anxious and wanting it all to be over. Either way, it is important to take care of your wellbeing during this time.
The transition from a familiar school setting to 6th form or college can be daunting, learning to navigate a new setting. Meeting new people and advocating for your needs with new teachers can feel like a roadblock to your education. In this Q&A three of our LOOK Mentors met to chat about their experience.
Mentor Al shares with us his education journey and how the support he recieved evolved as his education needs changed between primary to college education.
Advocating for your access needs can be challenging but ensuring you have support in place before you start Sixth Form or College can be a real game changer. LOOK Mentor Aliza shares her advice for getting the right support.
In this blog, LOOK mentor Emilia reflects on her time at Uni and shares how her confidence has given her the opportunity to help others in a similar situation.
In recognition of School Diversity Week, we shine a light on how inclusive mainstream schools are for the VI community. LOOK mentors and mentees share their experiences of the education system, the support they received and where they feel schools fall short.
Knowing what to do after we finish our formal education can be daunting and for those who aren’t following the path to uni, it can seem even more so. Deciding to take a vocational course or subject can be a life-changing alternative, providing you with the practical skills and knowledge to prepare you for work.
The journey to becoming an independent learner is often long and onerous. In this resource, LOOK Project Assistant Andrea meets with LOOK mentors and mentees as they share their stories of independent learning.