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[Patcham House Special School: Holiday to Scilly]
The headmaster of Patcham House Special School in East Sussex films his pupils on a camping holiday on the Isles of Scilly. The film includes scenes of the children playing on the beach and relaxing at the campsite.
Food for Sight
This colour documentary film, intended for public health workers, highlights a pioneering attempt by the WHO (World Health Organisation) and RCSB (Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind) to use nutrition to prevent Xerophthalmia in Southern India. The film shows children and babies being treated and an overview of food nutrition education for mothers at the rehabilitation centres.
[Patcham House Special School: Fete etc.]
A compilation of amateur films made by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. The children, who have range of physical disabilities are seen at a carnival in London to mark the 50th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, at various sports days, and on class outings to Alfriston, Eastbourne and Bodiam Castle.
The Gift of Sight
This colour documentary film shows the work of eye-camps set up in Bhimavaram, a rural community in India by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind and several Indian and British Rotary Clubs. The film has scenes of surgical procedures and treatments being administered to patients. The film has opening titles that follow an introductory sequence, but no end credit sequence.
[Patcham House Special School: Small Aircraft Flight etc.]
|Date||1980 - 1981||ID||95|
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Children and staff enjoy outings and parties in the local area and take part in the regional and national 'Spastics Games'. The school also receives a visit from Forfars bakery who exhibit a special cake at the school.
[Patcham House Special School: Party time etc.]
A compilation of amateur films made by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. The film contains scenes of the children enjoying parties and class outings in the local area, a visit by mounted police to the school and an East Sussex Special Schools Sports Day at Withdean Stadium, Brighton.
This colour documentary film explores the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind in Kenya and Malawi. It shows a mobile eye clinic; doctors using an aircraft to dispense care with 'Sight by Wings'; blind children in a rehabilitative school in Kenya; and blind workers in factories and on farms. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians, including surgical procedures.
This colour documentary film showcases several projects by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind and the National Association for the Blind in India, showing the rehabilitation and training of several blind men. The men are seen undertaking routine tasks that includes working on a farm, in a shop and operating light industrial machinery at a factory.
Pupils at Burwood Park School for the Deaf in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, produce a fiction film about poor table manners at breakfast.
A for Eyesight
This colour documentary film highlights the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind's five year Indian campaign against Xerophthalmia (blindness caused by malnutrition) in children. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians though out. This film has a voiceover narrative and music soundtrack.
Full Participation of Equality [Free Dive: A Film to Celebrate the International Year of Disabled Persons]
This colour film with dubbed English translation over a French production was created to showcase a UNESCO exhibition for the International Year of Disabled Persons in 1981. The film showcases the work of a disabled group of adults creating a film to commemorate the event, using the photographs from the exhibition and their own personal stories. This film has opening and closing titles with credits, with a dubbed English translation.
[Visit to Schleswig School for the Deaf]
Animated titles and pictures narrate a trip made by Year 2 pupils at Burwood Park School for the Profoundly Deaf to Schleswig School for the Deaf in Germany in 1984.
[Holiday Club; Thorpe Park; Balcombe Fete; Nymans Gardens]
|Date||1984; July 1985||ID||8355|
This film opens with a group of elderly and disabled people on holiday at the Riviera Lido Holiday Club, playing games and socialising with the holiday club entertainment manager. The group go on a day out to a park and feed the ducks. A family visit to Thorpe Park follows, along with the August bank holiday Balcombe Village fair and a family on a day out to Nymans Gardens, West Sussex.
Images of Africa
This colour documentary programme is presented by Michael Buerk from outside the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. The film explores the work by the International Centre for Eye Health at Tanga Hospital, Tanzania and treating a blind community from the Pokot people. Several specialists explain their work and the history of the mobile eye care units. The film has opening titles and an end Sightsavers slate. Contains scenes of surgery.
Sightsavers in Africa
This colour documentary film presented by Mark Curry from the BBC's Blue Peter programme, follows the work of the BBC Blue Peter appeal in 1986 that raised over two million pounds for the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind (Sightsavers) in Africa. The film includes excerpts from the BBC programme leading into a film showing the extent of poor eye health of children in Kenya and the work being done to restore sight with money from the appeal.
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