Hopefully, when you leave school and possibly home as well, life won't be all work! Check out the sections below to see how you can make the most of your free time
Sport and leisure
Do you enjoy football, cricket, goalball or other sports or leisure activities? Find out about ways to get the most from activities happening in your area, and read about other young people who have!
Actionnaires is a programme of sports and leisure clubs for young people aged 8-16 with a visual impairment, and their siblings can go too. Find out if there is a club near you on the Action for Blind People website.
RNIB Music Advisory Service provides support and advice to children and young people learning music, playing a musical instrument or taking part in musical activities, either just for fun or as part of developing a career in music. Our Music Advisory Service can help with any queries about teaching and learning music with a sight problem. There is also a programme of music events for children, families, young people and adults, including revision days for pupils doing GCSE or A level music.
Reading and writing
If you enjoy reading and writing, find out more about the latest reading and support resources, ebooks and why not write for RNIB!
Games and gaming
This section is currently under development and will introduce you to accessible features of modern gaming! We would like your thoughts, ideas and experiences of gaming - share with others what you like! You will also information on accessible board games and more!
Become a fan of our Facebook page, follow the latest updates using Twitter or watch videos on sight loss and RNIB's services on YouTube. Visit our social networks page for more information.
Staying safe online
Read our helpful advice for staying safe online.
Cinema and theatre
Love film? Visit our film pages for information about audio-description, listings of cinemas that provide discounted tickets for disabled people, and information about Blu-ray and DVDs with audio-description.
Love theatre? We provide regular online listings of audio-described theatre performances around the UK. Visit our theatre pages to find out more.
Right now we can only reach one in three of the people who need our help most. Please make a donation and help us support more blind and partially sighted people.Donate now