Pupil taking GCSEs using eye movement
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Stevenage pupil taking GCSEs using eye movement

A 16-year-old boy with cerebral palsy is taking his GCSEs using just his eyes.

Will, who attends Lonsdale School in Stevenage, is unable to talk or write, so will be using a specially-designed computer that reads his eye movement.

He will be given 700% more time to allow for the computer to recognise the letters being communicated.

His mum, Sam, says: "He's now starting to look at his future career."

  • 15 May 2019
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