Positive Looking is a programme of ideas and activities to support the development of visual skills. It is for use by practitioners working with children with VI and those with complex needs and VI across the early years and special schools settings.
Positive Looking is now widely used across the UK by Sensory Support Services, specialist teachers of vision impairment and special school settings. Schools are building their capacity to ensure that vision is a strong teaching and learning strand by embedding vision targets and measuring outcomes within the day to day curriculum.
The second national training day has inspirational speakers ready to share their expertise and knowledge about vision and how they are using Positive Looking to support the development of visual skills,
Listen to Speakers…
+ Positive Looking in Literacy – Gwyn McCormack – Positive Eye
+ Seeing it differently: Vision in Autism – Rachel Pilling, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
+ Colour Tents ‘Opening Doors – To learning for children with complex needs’ Suzanne Little, Complex Needs Consultant
+ Snapshots of Positive Looking practice – presented by Practitioners from Services across the U
Attend Practical Workshops:
+ Colour tent project – Suzanne Little
+ A practical snapshot of Positive Looking 1 and Positive Looking 2 and much more