Work it out

14th April 1995 at 01:00
The Development Education Centre in Birmingham has produced a pack for juniors, Try to see it my way, with curriculum links to geography, health education, science and English. Suitable for sighted and visually impaired children, it examines eye health and blindness prevention in the UK and developing countries, using case studies from Kenya and Sierra Leone, and contains a teacher's handbook, audio tape, posters and Braille card. Cost is Pounds 8 plus Pounds 1.60 postage from: Wilma Van Berkel, Sight Savers International, Grosvenor Hall, Bolnore Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 4BX.

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