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Scotland's Royal Blind School re-opens

Scotland's Royal Blind School has been providing specialist education for children with a visual impairment since it was founded in 1835.

It has 45 students, each with different requirements.

Now, after a major redevelopment, the school has officially opened its doors again.

Jamie McIvor met the students and staff.

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