• The lost generation: Are we failing England's deaf children?

    Deaf children in England fall a whole grade behind their peers at GCSE, according to new analysis that has prompted warnings of a “lost generation” of young people. The National Deaf Children’s Society analysed Department for Education data, and found that deaf children achieved an average GCSE grade of 3.9, historically a grade D, while

    0.01 Feb. 13th, 2019 | News

  • 40 MPs join protest over looming £4m in cuts to funding for deaf pupils

    Campaigners held a protest outside parliament this week and met with the children’s minister to warn of the impact of £4 million in planned cuts to support for deaf children in schools. Research by the National Deaf Children’s Society has found that nearly a third of England’s local authorities are intending to slash support as

    7.00 Jul. 8th, 2018 | Bulletin