Pupils challenge AMs on deaf issues

4th February 2011 at 00:00

A group of deaf pupils put politicians from all four main political parties on the spot over issues facing deaf children in Wales. The nine ambassadors for the National Deaf Children's Society Cymru, from St Cyres School in Penarth and Llanishen High School in Cardiff, quizzed the AMs on issues including the need for improved deaf awareness in schools and public places and better access to sport and leisure activities.

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