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QAC Honours outgoing Chair

QAC Honours outgoing Chair

31 July 2013

Queen Alexandra College (QAC) has a history serving blind people in Birmingham stretching back 160 years when the General Institution for the Blind, later Brib, was founded by Mary Badger. Across the years the work of Brib, QAC and Focus Birmingham have only been possible with the voluntary support from its...

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Leading Charities for Blind People Move In to bribís Site in Harborne

Girl sitting with Guide Dog

30 July 2013

Birmingham Royal Institution for the Blind (brib) is welcoming two major national charities to its Harborne site. Guide Dogs and The National Blind Children’s Society (NBCS) will be sharing a building with Focus Birmingham alongside Queen Alexandra College (QAC). During its 160 year history, brib has seen...

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What the students say

Everyone at QAC is very supportive and caring Ė itís an amazing environment! I like meeting new people and having a laugh with my friends.

Sadiq - 17

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