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Consortium for Research into Deaf Education (CRIDE) reports

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Consortium for Research into Deaf Education (CRIDE) reports on its annual surveys of local authority specialist educational services for deaf children.

CRIDE is a consortium bringing together a range of organisations and individuals with a common interest in using research to improve the educational outcomes achieved by deaf children. As of January 2021, representatives included: British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (BATOD), Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children, Mary Hare, National Deaf Children’s Society, National Sensory Impairment Partnership (NatSIP), University College London (UCL), University of Edinburgh, consultants with expertise in deafness, and specialist education services for deaf children in Cambridgeshire, Camden, Kent, and Leeds. In Scotland, a separate CRIDE reference group is in place. Members include: the National Deaf Children’s Society, Scottish Sensory Centre, University of Edinburgh, BATOD, Windsor Park School and Sensory Service, Hamilton School for the Deaf, Aberdeen School for the Deaf and the Co-ordinator at Highland Deaf Education Service.

If you have any questions about the CRIDE surveys or reports, please contact [email protected].

2021 survey

2020 survey

Due to the impact of Covid-19, there is no 2020 report for Northern Ireland or a UK-wide summary.

2019 survey

2018 survey

2017 survey

2016 survey

Please note, the CRIDE survey was not carried out in Scotland in 2016.

2015 survey

2014 survey

2013 survey

2012 survey

Please note, the CRIDE survey was not carried out in Scotland in 2012.

2011 survey