Learn with ESS is an initiative that uses ESS (Education, Sport and Speaking) based activities to provide a unique and interactive team cohesion experience whilst addressing stigmatised issues surrounding disability. Learn with ESS aims to change individual perceptions within society to reshape towards a more unified future for our current learners.
Within our program’s we offer:
Classroom based interactive session raising awareness of general disabilities, braille and British Sign Language.
Sports hall based session which allows learners to experience unique Paralympic sports such as Blind Football and Goalball. These sports place emphasis on developing valuable skills such as teamwork, communication and orientation through the use of blindfolds and sound cancelling equipment.
A motivational talk from an athlete or individual within the local community, acting both as a role model and source of inspiration for learners.
We would love to provide you with further information on our packages and in what ways we can tailor our services to suit your event, curriculum or other needs. Please do not hesitate to get in touch and acknowledgment of this email would be kindly appreciated.
Further information can be found below, we look forward to working with you soon.
Azeem Amir - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ksbXHNmUeQ
Learn With ESS
Azeem Amir is 22 and has been visually impaired since birth. However, he has never let it be a barrier to success. Azeem plays Blind Football professionally for the England and Great Britain blind football team and is working towards achieving international success. Playing across the globe he and the team are aiming to qualify for the next Paralympics. His football skills on the pitch have paved the way for him to be a part of several national and international media campaigns, working with brands from an array of industries from across the globe. Alongside his football, Azeem is also currently studying a Master's Degree. Azeem recently became the youngest blind person to complete Tough Mudder; a grueling 12-mile obstacle course, featuring muddy ditches, huge walls and electric fences, raising substantial funds for charity! Since running Tough Mudder, Azeem has risen to fame as a highly respected advocate for disability rights. He is now an ambassador for several disability awareness charities and organizations and through public speaking (TedTalks), coaching and workshops aims to inspire as many young people as possible to achieve their own version of success. He has just stepped into the world of Enterprise launching his own organisation called Learn With ESS.
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