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NatSIP/UCL/CRIDE Outcomes for Deaf Children project
NatSIP/UCL/City/CRIDE Outcomes for Deaf Children project. Funded by the Ovingdean Hall Foundation. The NatSIP/UCL/City/CRIDE project was formed in 2012 with the aim of linking the pupil, provision and outcomes data from two annual surveys concerning deaf children, viz the NatSIP Outcomes Benchmarking survey for children and young people (CYP) with sensory impairment and the CRIDE survey, with its focus on education services for deaf CYP. It was anticipated that such combined data would offer significant potential benefits beyond those of the separate NatSIP and CRIDE surveys and further contribute to the shared, inter-related aims of improving provision and outcomes for deaf CYP. Hearing Impairment Support Teams/Services within the 174 local authorities across England and Wales will be invited to take part. Within those Services, all children and young people with a permanent mild, moderate, severe or profound hearing loss will be included, covering the age range from the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) to the end of the year in which they become 17 years old (i.e. National Curriculum Year 12 or equivalent). Following a preparatory phase, the longitudinal programme will start in September 2017. Data will be collected from 2 cohorts: Cohort 1 (EYFS to KS2) and Cohort 2(KS2 to post-16). Funding from the Ovingdean Hall Foundation has been secured for the first 3 years of the project which will cover initial data collection from both of these cohorts.To ensure manageability for HI Teams the proposal involves collecting data over a seven year period which would enable one cohort of children to be followed through from the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage to the end of Key Stage 2 whilst, at the same time, another cohort would be followed through from the end of Key stage 2 to the end of the first year of the Post-16 phase. The spacing of the performance indicator items would be such that data collection would only need to be carried out in four of the seven years of the project. Pupil and provision/support data would be collected at the same times as the PI data .
1 Researchers
2 External Collaborators
  • Bob Denman
    National Sensory Impairment Partnership - United Kingdom
  • Stevie Mayhook
    Consortium for Research into Deaf Education - United Kingdom
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