Gaming for an Independent Life

7 June 2018

A new computer game, developed by neuroscientists from WESC Foundation and the University of Lincoln, could help visually-impaired children lead independent lives. The game has been rolled out online, www.eyelander.co.uk, and it is being ma...

The group with their medals

WESC students shine at Ten Tors!

21 May 2018

Six WESC Foundation students have taken part in this year’s Ten Tors Jubilee Challenge on Saturday 12th May on Dartmoor. The six intrepid visually impaired youngsters, five of whom were completing the challenge for the first time, arrive...

The winning team Santander! Well done!

Santander take the honours at WESC’s Golf Tournament

14 May 2018

The sun shone brightly at the WESC Foundation fundraising, golf tournament at Exeter Golf and Country Club last week as teams from businesses and organisations from throughout the South West battled it out for the glory. Our golf days are a...

WESC students Ross, Zoe, Nina and Jago celebrating with their well-deserved medals!

WESC students ‘splash’ it out for victory!

26 April 2018

On Wednesday 25th April 2018 WESC Foundation hosted Devon’s 2018 SEND (special educational needs and disability) Swimming Gala and invited seven other schools to join in the competition. Students from WESC Foundation, Millwater School, Ma...

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Everybody has something to offer WESC, so I would strongly recommend anyone thinking about volunteering to come to meet the children and staff and find out how they can contribute. If you have a gap in your life or you’d like to learn a new skill or meet like-minded people, then please come and join us!

Angie, Volunteer - at WESC Foundation