Improving educational and social outcomes for deaf children of Roma families in the UK

Leeds University have recently published their findings following a year long study in partnership with five local authorities and three voluntary sector organisations. The report includes recommendations for deaf education services, for policy makers and for families and highlights the need for further research. 

 

https://deafed.leeds.ac.uk/deaf-roma-children-in-the-uk-project-report/

ROMtels translanguaging approach

ROMtels is a European project across UK, France, Romania and Finland, which has worked to improve the educational experience of Roma pupils through a pedagogical approach known as translanguaging. Relationships between teachers, parents and pupils are transformed. All resources emanating from the project are free from the website, including guidance documents for teachers, teacher educators and schools, as well as apps and tools to download and reconfigure as appropriate: see https://research.ncl.ac.uk/romtels/ 

London University welcomes GRT students

Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Students will be given priority in King’s College London K+ Programme For more information go to www.kplus.london or email kplus@kcl.ac.uk .

King’s College London is dedicated to increasing access to higher education in under-represented groups, and for the first time students from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities will be prioritised on the flagship K+ programme.

The K+ Programme is a free 2 year programme for current year 12s in the Greater London area, it equips students with the skills, knowledge and confidence to continue their journey with subjects ranging from Healthcare and Sciences to Law and Politics. 

The deadline for applications is 10 October 2018 so spread the word and get your applications in quickly! And if you are in year 11 its never to early to start thinking about your application for next year…