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Episode 37

See Hear, Series 32 Episode 37 of 38

We visit a deaf teacher working in a mainstream school to find out what life is like teaching through sign-language to a hearing classroom and also look into the status of British Sign language ten years after the Government officially recognized BSL as a language. We speak to the campaigners who brought about that change and ask why the campaign to get a more powerful legal recognition has stalled.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 22 Mar 2013 00:20
BBC Two Northern Ireland only

Angmering School - West Sussex

See hear would like to offer a sincere apology to Angmering School as we mistakently mentioned it as being located in Kent. It is in fact located in West Sussex. Many thanks to them for their assistance to our programme in featuring Tom Kent a deaf teacher on a placement at their school.

Credits

Role Contributor
Series ProducerSarah Tavner
Executive ProducerSarah Moors

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