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Evelyn's Deaf Awareness Film - NatSIP

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  • 01 Dec 2022
Consortium Partner resource

Evelyn is 9 years old and tells us about herself and her friends at Riddings Junior School in Derbyshire.

NatSip would like to thank Evelyn, her family, friends and teachers for allowing us to share her enjoyment of school and letting us know what helps her.

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