Request from colleagues at University of Roehampton
“We are currently recruiting participants for a British Academy-funded research project on deaf and vision-impaired children’s experiences of schools’ measures to reduce the risk of COVID spreading with regard to children’s communication and socialisation needs. We are specifically looking for deaf/vision impaired children and young people attending mainstream programmes (Key Stages 3, 4, 5), who follow the same curriculum as most other students in their year. Hearing and seeing siblings aged 11-18 are welcome, too!”
Download the project flyer here
To take part and find out more about our project, please contact our research assistant Eilidh Rose McEwan at [email protected].
To participate you need to..
• be currently In Year 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12.
• follow the same curriculum as most other students in your year.
• be deaf (all levels of hearing loss) or vision impaired.
• be hearing/seeing with a deaf/vision impaired sibling
• attend a mainstream school (including maintained secondary schools with a deaf/vision impaired unit, academies, or independent schools) in England.