We are committed to amplifying the voice of children and young people with vision impairments. Our research into the issues faced by these young people and their families informs and influences policy and decision makers at national and local level.
Read the latest resources:
OFSTED Education Inspection Framework
Education Select Committee: School and college funding inquiry
Education Select Committee: SEND inquiry
The Transition Experiences of Young People with Visual Impairments
CYPF Glossary of terms and abbreviations
Ensuring equal access to public examinations for candidates with sensory impairment
We have developed a CYPF Services Framework to support local organisations and activity and eye condition specific groups to enhance their services for children, young people and families.
This framework for parents and careers of vision impaired children and young people seeking advice on how to set up a support group.
In order to support children during these difficult times, we have created information on what support is available to them if they are having difficulties with their mental well-being.
We have put together guidance to answer your questions about how best to support your vision impaired child with transition from primary to secondary school.
Research into Careers Education Information, Advice & Guidance support in mainstream education in England has revealed a postcode lottery for support.
September means the return to school after an absence of six months for many children. This guide aims to aims to provide parents and carers with the answers about the process of returning to school or starting school.
We have created this handy top five equipment list for parents to learn more about where to go for support with equipment your child may be using.