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Ashwood Park Primary School

Hearing Impaired

Association of National Specialist Colleges

The Association of National Specialist Colleges aims to promote opportunities for high quality education and training in residential or day settings, for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

Blackfriars School, Newcastle Under-Lyne

Blackfriars School is a co-educational day special school which caters for pupils mainly with physical disabilities, some of whom may have associated moderate or severe learning difficulties and/or hearing and speech difficulties.

Doncaster School/College for the Deaf

Education and training for deaf and hearing impaired people

Finchale Training College for People with Disabilities, Durham

Finchale offers integrated programmes of vocational training and individual specialist support to disabled adults from England, Scotland and Wales. Attendance can be from a few hours each week to full-time and can be residential or on a daily travel basis.

Hereward College, Coventry

As an international college we welcome disabled students from anywhere in the world, as well as people from our local area, whether they are disabled or not...no other college can offer you a learning experience as challenging and rewarding.

Lord Mayor Treloar School, Hampshire

The Treloar Trust provides education, therapy, care and independence training for young people with disabilities. We aim to provide each individual with the support, confidence and skills to achieve the best in all aspects of

Pennine Camhill Community

The Pennine Community is a Therapeutic Community and a Further Education College offering education, training and support for teenagers and young adults who have special needs. The College is mainly residential (43 places) but takes a number of day students who are able to travel from within the locality. The Pennine Community is registered with Wakefield Social Services.

Queen Alexandra College, Birmingham

Assessment, Rehabilitation, Education and Training for Adults with Sight Loss

Royal School for the Blind - Liverpool

It is a non-maintained special school and a totally independent charity catering for the needs of pupils aged between two and nineteen with a visual impairment and additional disabilities, including multi-sensory impairment.

Royal School for the Deaf Derby

At Royal School for the Deaf Derby we believe that all children should be proud to be who they are. Those using British Sign Language as their preferred method of communication enjoy an evolving and strong sense of deaf identity. With this sense of empowerment comes the confidence and independence to enjoy and benefit from the total educational experience the School has to offer.

Royal Schools for the Deaf Manchester

We are a non-maintained Special School serving Local Education Authorities and Social Service Departments throughout the British Isles. Our aim is to provide quality education within a caring environment for deaf and deafblind children and young people who have additional or complex special education and residential care needs.

Severndale School

Severndale School is a Special school which opened in April 1995 as a result of the merger of Katharine Elliot and Robert Clive Schools. The school caters for pupils from the age of two and a half to nineteen years. The Nursery Assessment unit has forty places available, the main school has over one hundred and eighty places. The school is L.E.A. controlled and caters for the needs of a broad range of pupils including those with severe learning difficulties. physical disabilities, profound and multiple learning difficulties, multi-sensory impairment, autism and epilepsy.

St John's Catholic School for the Deaf, West Yorkshire

As an oral school, we place great emphasis on developing to the full, each child`s potential for understanding spoken language. We also believe that the majority of children can acquire some degree of spoken language skill.
As a result, the school has a national and international reputation for bringing profoundly deaf children to language through an approach which unites linguistic, academic and spiritual growth.

The National Star Centre College of Further Education, Cheltenham

To enable young people with physical disabilities to prepare for the best that adult life can offer through innovative programmes of education, training and independence.

Thurlow Park School, West Norwood, London

A special school for children with physical and medical difficulties and associated language, communication and learning difficulties in London, UK.

Westgate College for Deaf People

We are a specialist college for young Deaf people aged 16-25. We offer a range of tailored courses for the full range of ability. We focus on Vocational Education, preparing our young people to take as full a part in the wider society as possible.
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