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The Royal School for the Blind

The Royal School for the Blind, Liverpool, provides very specialist services for children with multiple and complex disabilities and visual impairment.

Description of our School

The Royal School for the Blind provides places for up to 66 pupils ranging in age from 2-19 years. All students have a visual impairment and learning difficulties ranging from moderate to profound. Many students have additional sensory, physical or behavioural disabilities. Our pupils come from all over the country, and about 40% are residential from Monday to Friday.

Mission Statement

The Royal School for the Blind strives to promote students' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development within an environment of mutual respect and sensitivity. The School provides education of the highest quality whilst valuing all pupils and staff as individuals, worthy of dignity and respect. Royal School for the Blind takes pride in its happy, caring and stimulating environment.

Admissions Procedure

Parents, local authority representatives and indeed anyone involved with a child are welcome to visit the school, see the facilities and talk with the Headmaster and staff. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Paul Boulton
Contact Position
Head of School
Royal School for the Blind

Where to go

Royal School for the Blind
Church Road North
L15 6TQ

Local Offer


We believe that the Local Offer should assist parents, young people and professionals to have a good understanding of the range of services that could be available to them

Local Offer Age Bands
Early Years (3-4 years)
Secondary (11-15 years)
Primary (5-10 years)
Adulthood (16-25)
 Last updated: 07 Jun 2020