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Resources to share with teachers

Photo: Pass these resources on to your child's teacher and other school staff

We have lots of resources for you to pass to teachers and other school or college staff, such as lunch supervisors, teaching assistants and office staff, to help them support your child’s learning and make them feel happy and included.

This information is relevant for education professionals of all ages of deaf children, with all types and levels of hearing loss, including children who are deaf in one ear or who have a temporary hearing loss, such as glue ear. It can be used in both mainstream and special schools.

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