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Downloadable colouring pages

Help your children to colour in the sheets and learn that all children, regardless of disability or gender, should be able to attend school.

May 2020
Illustration of a playground.

Sightsavers works to ensure all children are able to learn and play alongside their peers in pre-school, all the way through to primary and secondary school.

We’ve repurposed some illustrations, originally developed to support teacher training in pre-schools in Malawi, into colouring pages. Download the sheets below, colour them in and share your finished pieces of art with us on Twitter. We’ll share our favourites.

Inclusive education colouring pages

Illustration of a classroom.
Illustration of a child having a sight test.
Illustration of a playground.

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