The Champion Centre is a Resource Base for Hearing-Impaired Children.
Our aims are to:
promote the development of spoken language.
give each child the opportunity to develop to his/her full potential academically, socially and emotionally.
provide opportunities for the inclusion of deaf children in mainstream classes and school events.
promote good home/school relationships.
monitor and review pupil progress regularly.
We take statemented children with severe to profound hearing losses from the age of five to eleven and provide a total communication approach.
Young deaf children are given the opportunity to listen, talk and learn through good amplification, specialist teaching and individual and small group work in good acoustic conditions.
We provide a broad and balanced curriculum which includes the National Curriculum.
Our experienced Teaching Assistants support inclusion of children in mainstream classes.
All our children have Individual Education Plans which are discussed and reviewed with parents on a termly basis and we place a great deal of importance in developing good hearing aid management.
Listening and talking are central to all activities.
Specialist teachers of the deaf.
Inclusion in mainstream classes.
Radio aids are used by all pupils.
Children are encouraged to become independent learners.
Favourable staff-pupil ratios.
A friendly supportive school.
What People Say
Daci is learning really well. I love the fact that the children are pushed to their full potential.
It was very nice to be able to view Oliver’s work and see how he is progressing. Thank you for the opportunity.
“My child really enjoyed this Play and Stay and so did I as a parent. Nothing to improve – really pleased!”
Yr R Parent
Thanks for inviting me to do a story session with your school. I found the whole experience very rewarding as both children, and teachers were open to engage with me, and participated in listening to the stories, dressing up, singing and dancing.
Genny Jones (Confidence Queen)
“The behaviour of the Year 5 children was a credit to the school when we were out on the road.”
Mick Jeffries, Invicta Cycle Training
At the end of every lesson I know a bit more than before.