Impact

Winners at the Educate Award 2019 for Innovation in Education.

The creative strengths of St. Vincent’s pupils are channelled into designing access to sports technology to facilitate inclusion, participation and friendship generation impacting on health and wellbeing. The ideas designed by pupils supported by Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool John Moore’s University ‘service-learning’ volunteers are placed as content for the physical SIGHTBOX including such ideas as a ‘boccia grid’ a ‘running line’ and’ I Rugby Ball’ alongside the traditional ‘ball with a bell’ . A surrounding curriculum links participation with entrepreneurial learning enabling pupils to demonstrate their employability and connect with further content design and research.

 

In collaboration with Rotary International and supportive school networks Nationally ( supporting Social Moral Spiritual and Cultural/ Citizenship curricula) , SIGHTBOXES have been bought and sent to VI schools from St. Vincent’s including Pakistan, India, Rwanda, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Kenya, Indonesia, China, Ethiopia, Nepal , Tanzania, Virgin Islands and Peru . St. Vincent pupils acting as the ‘trainers of the trainers’ are using

communication technologies (facilitating thus more research and development in this area) to teach the overseas VI student peers how to use the content. Using the surround curriculum overseas schools are now asking St. Vincent’s to collaborate on making more sightbox content ideas generating new trade innovations in synergy with UN SDGS 17.3.4.5.8.10.

 

Simultaneously, St. Vincent’s pupils are teaching local and national VI pupils how to use the content and working collaboratively to break down barriers towards inclusion.

St Vincent's collaboration with Sierra Leone and All Saint's School creating International 'Reverse Inclusion.'

St Vincent's pupils exploring the new school vehicle donated by the Lions Club. 

Video 1 of 3 - St Vincent's and Sightbox best practice being used inclusively in Surabaya. 

Video 2 of 3 - St Vincent's and Sightbox best practice being used inclusively in Surabaya. 

Video 3 of 3 - St Vincent's and Sightbox best practice being used inclusively in Surabaya. 

Humas Kota Surabaya thanking St'Vincent's school for all the specialist teaching and learning over the last 6 weeks.

Great 1st teaching of Sightbox back in Surabaya by our Indonesian friends

Indonesians children planting trees at Liverpool Hope University

Our Indonesian friends working hard on their mobility long cane skills with Mrs Buckle

Reva applying mobility lessons taught in St Vincent's t his school in Indonesia

The Impact and outcomes from Sharing St Vincent's best practice being displayed on Pakistan TV

The Impact and outcomes from Sharing St Vincent's best practice through the Sightbox educational toolbox in Gambia.

Humas Kota Surabaya giving Praise and Thanks to Dr Patterson and St Vincent's for their collaboration and development of Innovative Sightbox Ideas.

The impact of Nathan West and the East of Eli Angels in collaboration with St Vincent's Choir.

St Vincent Parkour Free Runners being awarded The Shackleton and Crew Award for Teamwork and Bravery at the Believe awards 2019 in conjunction with Radio City 96.7, YKids Charity and Cash for Kids.

St Vincent's Free Runners are on stage from 43 minutes in.

Video 3 of 3 capturing some of this morning’s meeting between the students from Surabaya, Dr J. Patterson and Mayor Anderson.

Indonesian language - the response from the delegation lead

Video 2 of 3 capturing some of this morning’s meeting between the students from Surabaya, Dr J. Patterson and Mayor Anderson.

Video 1 of 3 capturing some of this morning’s meeting between the students from Surabaya, Dr J. Patterson and Mayor Anderson.

Dr John Patterson and Angela Williams talking about the future goals in aiding children around the world with a visual impairment via Sightbox.

Head of P.E Dave Swanston features on Kuwait T.V

St Vincent's Enrichment group taking part in a promotional Parkour Free Running Video.

Rainbow’s debut for the England VI football team ending in a 4-3 win.

The First ever game of I-Rugby between St Vincent’s and Merseyside Police Rugby Union Team.

A Creative key from My Commonwealth Day leading to new Sightbox innovations that are being shared globally.

“School of Rock!”

Dr John Patterson explaining why St Vincent’s school is supporting Purple Light Up and working within the local community to raise awareness of sight loss.

Dancing purple Chinese dragon & friend at St. Vincent's, Liverpool Purple Light Up day in style!

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Christopher and Anthony from St Vincent’s interview Nathan West from East of Eli.

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Nathan West working with the Choir of St Vincent’s in preparation for concerts.

St Vincent’s Choir with their own written performance at Purple Light Up.

St Vincent’s visit Berlin to commemorate the Great War, such a wonderful way to end the Never Such Innocence Project.

Chief Constable of Merseyside Police visiting St Vincent’s to make #IDPD

Merseyside police Celebrating #IDPD2018

Another Sightbox Delivery, this time in Kenya!

Thika primary school for the blind learning to use the Sound ball, a content of Sightbox in goal ball. So cooperative in their quest to learn and get ready to compete with the communities around the school.

The sharing of Sightbox through the Global Disabilities Summit.

St Vincent’s showcasing Sightbox and the unique Ceramic Poppies.

St Vincent’s working with partners to create sports outcomes for VI in Liverpool and Kenya that are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals 2017 from the United Nations.

The impact Sightbox has had on Visually Impaired children in Gambia.

Prime Minister, Theresa May giving thanks to St Vincent’s for her incredible Ceramic Poppy.

Thika primary school for the blind learning to use the Sound ball, a content of Sightbox in goal ball. So cooperative in their quest to learn and get ready to compete with the communities around the school.

St Vincent’s presenting their ceramics work detailing The Great War to the House of Commons.

Armistice day special with Samuel Ball talking about St Vincent's.

Bernie Hollywood and the Feature on BBC’s North West Tonight showing the story of the beautiful ceramic poppy the Theresa May our Prime Minister is wearing.

Merseyside Police service of Remembrance. Merseyside lost 162 officers during World War 1. #wewillrememberthem #thankyou100

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