Audio magazine created by students to help children

Buzzword students Katia Pazik, Felicity McCourt, Subul Lodi and Beatrice Law

Buzzword students Katia Pazik, Felicity McCourt, Subul Lodi and Beatrice Law

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Three Aylesbury High School year 13 students have developed an audio magazine to help children with special needs.

Subul Lodi, Felicity McCourt and Katia Pazik have created the audio magazine for blind, disabled and dyslexic children as part of their community placement.

A fellow student, Beatrice Law, helped in the library.

Felicity interviewed visually impaired celebrity fashion blogger, Emily Davison - http://fashioneyesta.com/ - about her twin passions of writing and clothes.

Felicity said: “Volunteering with Calibre’s Buzzword project was an extremely rewarding undertaking for all of us, not just because they are such a worthy charity, making a difference all around the UK, but because it provided us with the opportunity to learn new skills in a fun environment.

“Having the opportunity to use a real recording studio was a real eye opener into how audio recording works, and being given autonomy over what to include in the programme have is a degree of creative freedom that people our age rarely get to experience.”

You can listen to Buzzword via www.calibre.org.uk