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Where are they now?…..part 2

  Adam Adam was a pupil at St John’s School from the page of seven, joining the school in 2000. Now working towards his teaching qualification, and working at the same college he studied at in Sixth Form as part of his St John’s journey, he is ambitious and an established talent in his chosen […]

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Where are they now?

Where are they now? We have been chatting to our former students to find out what all they have achieved since leaving St John’s Catholic School for the Deaf. Here they tell their wonderful stories. Victoria  I came to St Johns in 2004 when I was 11 years old, and I started in Year 7 […]

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Maximising Progress for hearing impaired students with additional language impairments

The CRIDE[1] survey of 2015 reported that 21% of deaf children have additional SEN.  These figures are similar to those from the Department for Education (DfE) School Census which show that, for pupils with deafness as a primary need, 26% have a secondary special educational need. The DfE identifies these additional needs to be commonly […]

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When in Rome….

Senior students from St John’s have travelled this week to Rome on the school’s annual trip to the city. Each year a group of pupils take the trip to Italy where they enjoy a wide range of activities including St Peter’s, Piazzo Navona, Pantheon, Campo di Fiori and may others of the city’s famous sights. […]

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Journey of the Deaf Child – Creating the Environment to Succeed

St John’s Catholic School for the Deaf are pleased to announce it will be hosting a free one-day educational conference for professionals on June 15th 2018 at the school, in Boston Spa, West Yorkshire. The event will explore what can be put in place to help a young deaf person succeed both within education and […]

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