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Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
Blind orienteering
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Blind orienteering

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  • 1. Morning: P5T Blind OrienteeringAfternoon: Orienteering together with the Hub children
  • 2. We did a searching game with Martyn. We went in pairs and I waswith Demi. We practised with buckets on our heads so that welearned to trust our partner. Then we had to race against eachother. Every three buzzers we had to swap blindfolds and a littlebeeper thing was attached to the person holding the map. We had11 stations to go to. If you were blindfolded, you had to use yoursenses to guess objects in the bags. In the afternoon we did theorienteering with the Hub children. I was with Olivia. Her disabilityis that she can’t see well and she can’t walk. I enjoyed going aroundthe course with Olivia and I hope to do it again.Letitia
  • 3. In my group I was the one whogot blindfolded and it was veryvery good but it was HARD! Mymum was a helper. We had tofind a way around the field andfollow a course. In the afternoon17 of us were chosen to go withthe Hub. I did the orienteeringwith Emily. It was the BEST DAYEVER! Christen
  • 4. I liked being with Nathanial in theafternoon because he liked beingwith me. It was hard work walkingaround the course with him becausehe held my hand so tightly that itturned purple. I learned how to speakto Nathanial and how to help him. Heknew several of the objects. I wouldlove to do it again because I reallyenjoyed myself and Nathanial is areally nice boy. Thomas
  • 5. I had to look at the map while Ihad the bucket on my head andtell Tobiasz where to go butdirecting him was really difficult.SeanI thought it was really hard!We learned that if you’re blind,you will need somebody with youto help and guide you aroundplaces. Kai
  • 6. My group was with the Green group inthe Hub. I was with Kayla and shemanaged to guess the leaves, the grassand the water. She did quite well and Ienjoyed taking her around all thestations. The morning’s activities werehard and helped me to understand whatit was like to do a course when you can’tsee. Cameron
  • 7. On Wednesday we did orienteeringoutside with Martyn Pegg. We hadpartners and I was with Christen.One person has a bucket on theirhead and the other person guidesthem around the place. When it wasmy turn to have the bucket on thehead, I was quite scared and I hadto put my thumb up so that I couldat least see the ground. After thatwe partnered up with Danielle. Wehad to go around the school withone person blindfolded. They puttheir hand in a bag and guess whatthe object was.I learned that your shadow alwaysfaces North and that North inTranent is the direction of the sea.Ellie
  • 8. When Martyn came to ourschool it was really good fun.We were learning about senses.It was hard when we had thebucket on our head and we hadto face North, South, East andWest with the buckets on ourhead! There were pegs stuck inthe ground and we had themagic finger. Every time youhad completed a peg, you putthe magic finger in the slot andit would beep.
  • 9. We couldn’t see! It was reallyfunny because you went all overthe place! We went aroundblindfolded and had to guessthe objects. In the afternoon Iwas with Rachael and she wasreally funny. Rachael loveddoing the course and she got itstraight away! Emma
  • 10. We were learning what it wouldbe like to be blind. KarlaI was paired up with Jonathan inthe Hub and he was really goodat the course. We came second!Benjamin
  • 11. Yesterday we did orienteering.It was quite hard when we hada bucket on our head and whenwe had the blindfold on. Meand Benjamin got the fastesttime and so we won. We thendid the course with the Hub .The man who did theorienteering with us was calledMartyn, and my mum was a I loved when we did thehelper. Nathan orienteering with Martyn. It was fun when we put the buckets on our heads. I was handcuffed to Michael. It was Paralympic week for the Hub and that was fun because we got to take them out and help them with the course. It was a good week and I’d like to do it again. Kay
  • 12. We did an orienteering game with Martyn to seewhat it would be like to be blind. Nico had thebucket on his head and I had the map and told himwhere to go. It was such fun. Then people werehandcuffed together and at the end we got a printout of our times. I learned a lot . Amy I really enjoyed going with the Hub boys and girls. I helped take them around the school to find the objects. Nico
  • 13. It was a good challenge. Ithought it was amazing! Elliewas with Sophie in the Huband she was the giggling one.She did the orienteering well.Connie K

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