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  • Be Safe and Smart Online: Lesson plans for secondary school teachers

    Lesson plans for secondary school teachers to teach deaf students how to stay safe and be smart online.

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  • Buddy Up!

    A guide to setting up a peer support scheme for deaf pupils.

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  • Deaf Children who become Looked After – A guide for care workers

    Practical guide giving residential carers and key workers the information they need when they start caring for a deaf child or young person.

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  • Deaf-friendly teaching: For secondary school staff

    This resource is for anyone who is working with deaf children in a secondary school.

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  • How to make your resources accessible to deaf children and young people

    There are more than 50,000 deaf children and young people in the UK, and four more babies are born deaf every day. Many of these children will want to access your information. It’s important for your organisation to think carefully about the needs of your audience so that they can get the most out of what you’re offering. Some children and young people, including those who are deaf, will have difficulty accessing your information. We’ve created this guide to help you make your information accessible to deaf children and young people. Our suggestions will also help make your content more engaging and useful for other children and young people.

  • Look Smile Chat Lesson Plans

    A lesson plan for Key Stage 3 and 4 secondary school students.

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  • Look Smile Chat Poster - Face Me When You Talk

    A poster from our Look, Smile, Chat campaign to reach hearing teenagers and help break down the communication barriers that can make socialising and school life tough for some deaf young people.

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  • Look Smile Chat Poster - Talk Normally

    A poster from our Look, Smile, Chat campaign to reach hearing teenagers and help break down the communication barriers that can make socialising and school life tough for some deaf young people.

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  • Managing listening conditions checklist

    You can use this checklist for both pupils and teachers to assess how appropriate the listening conditions in each classroom or space are. Pupils can fill out a checklist in relation to changes their teacher's have made and teachers can use the checklist to support the deaf pupils in their classes.

  • Mild hearing loss, major impact

    Guidance for teachers on supporting pupils with mild hearing loss

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