But his brush with mainstream education ended when the only college place available to him was at the Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford.
What does RNCB stand for?
RNCB stands for Royal National College for the Blind (est. 1872; Hereford, England, UK)
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At 16, after gaining 10 GCSEs Matt left home to study A Levels at the The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) in Hereford.
However, he impressed Football Association scouts and they sent him to the Royal National College for the Blind and the Blind Football Academy, where he combined 16 hours of training with his studies.
Najat went to the Royal National College for the Blind in the United Kingdom, which is a rehabilitation centre for blind people.
Steve says: "We linked up with Dave Kelly of (Liverpool-based disability awareness organisation) Daisy UK which offers sporting opportunities for blind and visually impaired people, and went on a few courses at the Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) in Hereford, where we worked with Tony Larkin, the coach of the England/GB blind football team.
The academy, at Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford, is the home of Great Britain's Blind Football Team, which is fighting for honours in Beijing.
Blind since birth, David was educated at the Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford.
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