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  1. I am currently carrying out research around this area. It would make a big difference if people could take their time to fill out this questionnaire after reading the consent form. I am teacher in training, currently writing a report on 'how can we implement sign language into mainstream school to promote inclusion'. parent questionaire.docx online consent letter.docx
  2. Leks

    BSL Music Video research

    For my college project I am trying to invlove the BsL community more within the musical industry. Part of my project is market research so please could you guys do my survey I would be very grateful https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8NTPMF5 Thank you x
  3. Leks

    BSL Music Video research

    For my college project I am trying to invlove the BsL community more within the musical industry. Part of my project is market research so please could you guys do my survey I would be very grateful https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8NTPMF5 Thank you x
  4. Simon (admin)

    BSL in Schools

    This is an interesting video about all children learning BSL in schools. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-39274661
  5. Exeter Deaf Academy

    Exeter Deaf Academy

    Our vision is to see Deaf people valued by themselves and their society, being confident, well educated, independent, able to communicate and with good and appropriate employment and housing. The principal way we achieve this is through running a day and residential school and college for students from throughout the UK. We also support Deaf students in mainstream schools and colleges through our outreach service, and meet the wider needs of the Deaf community through a range of Deaf services and projects. We are a charity, and have been based in Exeter for nearly 190 years. Our new Deaf Academy will enable us to build on our proud history, and we are very excited about what the future holds for us.
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