Rotary NoW Summer 2020 magazine showcasing St Vincent's Sightbox and the impact that this innovation and development of technology has had for Visually Impaired children all around the world.
My Planet Liverpool July 2020 edition with an article by Dr JA Patterson in collaboration with Iain Goldrein QC.
Pages 11 & 12:
JOURNEYS FOR PEACE & HOPE
LIVERPOOL, A GLOBAL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED TEACHING AND LEARNING
Dr John Patterson published in the Innovate My School magazine talking about Post-Brexit, and within a global pandemic, discussions around what should or should not happen in education.
Peter Oliver Discussing the innovation and Creativity of St Vincent's School in his article titled...
'You can count the number of seeds in an apple; but you can’t count the number of apples in a seed.'
St Vincent's feature on page 32 - St Vincent's collaboration with Merseyside Police - Helping communities to see.
St Vincent's feature in Issue 6 of the Kids to Adults Magazine, March 2020. Discussing strengths, opportunities and employment.
Dr John Patterson challenges us to change the way we perceive and treat a person with Visual Impairment by asking and listening to the visually impaired and their families at their point of need, and provides practical advice on offering care and support to counter the lack of friendship, employment or meaningful engagement visual impairment can bring.
Rotary Article detailing the impact of Sightbox in Gambia.
December / January 2020
A snapshot of our Lasting Legacies School Vision.
Click the picture on the left to read the full article.
Liverpool Hope University's most recent peer reviewed action research detailing St Vincent's Curriculum and Impact.
'St Vincent's Curriculum and Impact ' from page 67