‘Good progress’ at deaf school

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INSPECTORS gave the Doncaster School for the Deaf the thumbs up with a “good” overall rating.

The Ofsted report, published this week, praises the Dickson House residential school as offering “a strong commitment to education”.

Inspector Ann-Marie Born said: “Children and young people continue to experience genuine care from a stable and dedicated staff team who are well supported by the proactive and enthusiastic registered manager.”

Bobbie Roberts, the school’s chair of trustees, said: “Our dedicated staff, work to develop and sustain a brilliant social environment with adequate privacy for young people, and ensure the home has close links with the school, providing good support for children’s education.”