‘Let Me Play’ is a film which has been produced by the Royal Blind School in partnership with RNIB Scotland and the Scottish Sensory Centre.
The 40 minute film aims to support parents of children aged five and under who are blind or partially sighted, offering additional support and guidance on how to stimulate and nurture through play.
The film is also being promoted among specialist teachers across Scotland, who will be encouraged to use it as a training tool to strengthen engagement between home and school.
Resource developed by Mary Siggs
Story sharing is a fundamental communication skill to process and make sense of what happened. To order events and give us an element of control over what happened. It helps us to make and maintain friendships which contribute to our sense of identity. It helps us with problem solving by gaining others’ perspectives and helping us work out our options.