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Brand new minibus is making a real difference!

25 August 2016

Everyone at WESC Foundation is so grateful to the Lord Taverner’s, Clare Milne Trust and all the members of the public who have donated and helped us to buy a brand new specialist disability minibus that will give WESC’s young people ac...

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A personalised approach to learning

3 August 2016

WESC Foundation’s Head of Visual Impairment Services, Richard Ellis, has written an article for SEN magazine highlighting the need for a personalised approach to learning to support children with a visual impairment. SEN Magazine is full...

The winning team 'Training Partnerships' from Torquay. Well done!

WESC invites England blind footballers to challenge local businesses at sport event

28 July 2016

WESC Foundation in partnership with Listen2Win hosted a Visual Impairment Challenge at WESC’s 14-acre campus in Exeter. Players from the England Blind Football team, Keryn Seal – Captain, Robin Williams – Striker and their sighted goa...

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WESC learners get creative stories published!

28 July 2016

Five WESC Foundation learners are delighted that through taking part in the Seeing Ear Creative Writing Competition 2015 and have had their short stories published in the ‘Seen Through Other Eyes 2015’ book. Seeing Ear is a charity t...


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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