VIEW is the Association for the Education and Wellbeing of Vision Impaired children and young people
Welcome to our website. Once you are logged on you will have access to lots of useful information and resources. Don’t forget to check out our ‘News and Interest Page’ for all the latest news in the field!
VIEW is an association that is open to teachers and other professionals with an interest in the field of visual impairment.
The present Executive Committee is coming to the end of its term of office and we are now seeking members to stand for office on the new committee which will take over at the VIEW conference in March 2015.
Find out more about the roles of the committee.
If you are a VIEW member and feel that you have the skills and enthusiasm to perform any of the roles specified, and would like to contribute towards steering VIEW’s continued path, then we would really like you to consider standing for office.
If you would like to discuss any of the roles or have questions about standing for office please contact one of the committee members at the following email addresses:
NEW! VIEW/RNIB Caseload Management Tool
VIEW is delighted to present the VIEW/RNIB Caseload Management Tool (CMT)which has been produced jointly for use by Vision Impairment Support Service managers to track data and give clear evidence of teacher/pupil ratios.
◾VIEW/RNIB Caseload Management Tool Guidance (WORD 306KB)
◾VIEW/RNIB Caseload Management Tool Spreadsheet. (Excel 33KB)
Download now. If you have comments or questions about its use, or feel that you need some guidance/training in its use, please do contact
NEW! ‘The Way I See It…’
See our new series of articles from VIEW members. The latest one is from Anne Lomas, Head of Bradford Sensory Service.
NEW! Frequently Asked Questions
We receive many questions about all aspects of VIEW and the education of children and young people with vision impairment. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions with responses.
Members! VIEW activities are funded from membership fees and some sponsorship income. Colleagues who are not members might benefit from negotiations with government and other influential bodies – but they are not contributing financially to the cost of VIEW’s work on your behalf! Persuade your colleagues to join VIEW. If you would like a poster that you can print out and display on your school/office/staff room wall, download one from here.
Non member? Do join us. Find information about our aims and the benefits of VEW membership here.
Organisation? How about sponsoring a page on our website? Click here for details.
Join VIEW today by visiting our online VIEW membership subscription page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
VIEW is a registered charity. Charity number 277864