Resources for deaf children using English as an additional language

February 2019

The National Deaf Children’s Society, together with The Bell Foundation, have produced a booklet and a short video to help teachers and education professionals address the challenges faced by deaf children using English as an additional language.

The booklet includes practical advice, classroom strategies and case studies of deaf children and their families. The resources also provide advice on effective support to the wider family.

The resources are aimed at boosting inclusion and achievement among all deaf children using English as an additional language. Find out more and download the resources here.

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