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Quality Standards: Resource Provisions for Deaf Children and Young People in Mainstream Schools

 

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Quality Standards: Resource Provisions for Deaf Children and Young People in Mainstream Schools (1)
Primary target audience: Education professionals
Format: Word document
Date live: 24/09/2020

This booklet sets out standards for the operation of resource provisions for deaf children and young people in primary and secondary schools throughout the UK. Its purpose is to improve outcomes for deaf pupils by providing a framework which:

  • helps schools evaluate the effectiveness of the education provision made for deaf children and young people
  • informs the development of school policy and plans
  • supports the development and review of service level agreements between the local authority or education and library board and the school hosting the resource provision
  • promotes good practice and the effective and efficient use of resources.

This document is also available in Welsh and we have produced a self-evaluation tool which we hope will be helpful to heads of resource provisions.