In this video clip by Jade Cracknell, class teacher from Delius Special School in Bradford she shares how they have adopted a whole school approach to Positive Looking and the benefits of using the resource. Find out more about Positive Looking 1 and 2 in this video clip
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In this video, Carol Pratt, a teaching assistant at Chellow Heights Special School in Bradford explains how Positive Looking – a programme for visual skill development has enabled them to record the child’s progress and chart it on simple graphs included in the product. Find out more about Positive Looking 1 and 2 in this […]
In a recent conversation with Caroline a year 1 class teacher, Gwyn from Positive Eye asked her what she thought of the new product ‘Positive Outcomes for Children with SEND, to be launched in March 2017. How will the resource better enable you to support schools to implement the reasonable adjustments for a child with […]
Helen Kirwin & Heather Chattell, Qualified Teachers of VI from the Calderdale Sensory Team share their views about the new product ‘Positive Outcomes for Children with SEND’ with Gwyn McCormack, director of Positive Eye. Gwyn asked Helen and Heather: How will the resource better enable you to support schools to implement the reasonable adjustments […]
I recently used the Positive Eye Easy Easier Posting Box activity for my final teaching observation for my Mandatory Qualification Visual Impairment (MQVI) with a Year 7 pupil with a vision impairment and some additional physical difficulties. I had worked with her throughout my teaching placement and she seemed confident and happy about school. It […]
Teacher from the East Dunbartonshire VI Sensory Service shares feedback on how the Easy-Easier Posting Box has made a difference to the children she works with I thought you might like to know that we’ve been using the Easy-Easier posting box with a range of children from Primary right through to Secondary age. I just […]
I have been a teacher of children with a range of SEND for 5 years since qualifying in 2013, more recently, including children who have visual impairments (VI). I currently teach children and young people aged from 11 to 19 and am nearing the end of my degree course to gain my Qualified Teacher of […]