Friday 19 September at 10:11

Collecting data on creepy crawlies in the school field took Doncaster pupils out of the classroom - and into prize-winning territory.

Four pupils from Doncaster School for the Deaf won the Statistics Poster Challenge for Schools, which encourages young people to perform an investigation using real data collection, as well as tables and graphs to display their results.

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Thu 11 September
Deafened entrepreneur’s business gets a boost from a Dragon
Wed 10 September
Deaf woman warned she could never work in the office scoops
Tue 09 September
Donation gets deafblind children active this summer
Mon 08 September
Employers gain insight into working with deaf at Stratford
Fri 05 September
Survey launched to find ‘common purpose’ for the deaf sector
Thu 04 September
£160,000 boost set to help deaf children learn to swim

Thursday 18 September

Students and teacher at the North Carolina School for the Deaf are pushing for the right of the hearing-impaired to serve in the military.

The News-Herald of Morganton reported that students and teachers from the school went to Washington, D.C., late last week to push for

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