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Welcome to the National Deaf Children's Society media archive. 

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Families celebrate end of Everyone Together project at Zoo Fun Day

Edinburgh Zoo sees families celebrate end of transformational project for deaf children across Scotland

Deaf children across England fall an entire grade behind at GCSE

Deaf children start school behind their classmates and fall a whole grade behind at GCSE.

‘Lifetime of being left behind’ sees deaf pupils under-achieve

New analysis shows that deaf children across England are struggling at every stage of their education.

1 in 10 deaf children in Scotland leave school with nothing

New analysis shows deaf children in Scotland are falling significantly behind their hearing classmates.

Charities unite in call to end SEND crisis

Williamson must act on ‘golden opportunity’ to halt special needs crisis, charities and campaigners say.

Deaf child wins story competition and dream of book deal

A budding young deaf author from Chiswick has taken first prize in a national story-writing competition.

Sign language choir performs for MPs at Houses of Parliament

The Lowestoft Signing Choir performed in front of MPs in the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday 10 July.

Life-changing technology withheld from 11,500 deaf children

Almost one in three local councils don’t provide radio aids for young deaf children to use at home.

Thousands of deaf children could miss out on Toy Story 4

Deaf children miss out on Toy Story 4 in its first week because over half of cinemas won’t provide subtitles.