Sai EHV Talking Books for the Blind
A joint collaboration between Sathya Sai EHV and the Royal National
Institute for the Blind - comprises 9 CDs, and covers the text
and all the songs from Book 1. Ordering
Nationally Accredited training courses take place throughout
the country on the methodology of the Sathya Sai EHV Programme.
training is provided free of charge, a lot of personal commitment
is required, and places are limited.
training courses are designed to be experiential, and many people
who have attended have remarked on how the courses have aided
their own personal self-development. Read
see our Training Page for more information
on courses and available dates.
– Presentation Materials for Classroom or Home use
see our Poster Pages to view the Poster
These are A3 size high quality laminated posters in colour.
They can either be displayed on classroom walls or used directly
within a lesson and are a useful teaching aid.
look attractive, and contain statements about the importance
of of human values expressed through words and pictures.
are 2 sets available, which consist of 6 - 8 posters per set.
Support is always available through a network of full or
part time voluntary workers. Anyone who would like to learn
about and teach the Programme either as an after school activity
or in a formal classroom setting will be able to receive on-going
support as needed.
people who have taught SSEHV find it very easy to learn and
teach once the basic methodology has been understood. For further
information on this or any other aspect of the Programme or
teaching resource materials please contact
“Sathya Sai Education in Human Values UK”
A video/DVD entitled “Sathya Sai Education in Human Values
UK” is available. The video introduces the methodology of the
Programme and contains interviews with teachers and children.
is approximately 30 minutes in length and is a good introduction
for anyone new to the Programme and for parents and teachers.
well as being available for purchase, it may also be viewed
online in streaming format on our videos