Megan's story

My name is Megan Betts and I am Deaf. This Deaf Awareness Week (May 15 – 21) I want to give hearing people a few tips for making life easier for the 11 million people in the UK who suffer from hearing loss.Read more

Deaf students issue heartfelt call to the town

Communication College Doncaster - students issue plea for Deaf Awareness Week 2017 (May 15 – 21 May)Read more

A Deaf student from York is making his mark in the car industry

SPRAYING cars for a living has turned from a dream to reality for a 19 year old Deaf student from York.Read more

TJ turns his life around at Communication Specialist College Doncaster

A young man from Doncaster has returned to his old school to support sports sessions for students thanks to his time at Communication Specialist College Doncaster and the belief his old head teacher placed in him.Read more

Lara learns to live life to the full

A MALTBY woman who suffered from anxiety so severe that she couldn’t take public transport has told of how the Communication Specialist College Doncaster has helped her overcome her fears and live life to the full.Read more

Simon supports people into work

A Deaf Doncaster man has found work at the college he studied at and is now helping people with difficulties to find a job.Read more

Deaf visitors from Italy, Turkey, Portugal and Romania travelled to Yorkshire to learn about tourism

DEAF visitors from four European countries have visited Yorkshire as part of an Erasmus plus trip to learn more about tourism.Read more

Enterprise Project Sponsored by the People's Postcode Lottery

The Doncaster Deaf Trust's Enterprise Project, Sponsored by the People's Postcode Lottery goes from strength to strengthRead more

New Study Centre Opens at Deaf Trust

STUDENTS at Communication Specialist College Doncaster, part of Doncaster Deaf Trust, have a new vibrant and modern study centre thanks to a grant of £40,000 from the Foyle Foundation and £10,000 from the Garfield Weston Foundation.Read more

Rovers make smart donation to Doncaster Deaf Trust

DONCASTER Rovers have donated a four figure sum from Community Shield monies to buy new equipment for pupils at Doncaster Deaf Trust’s, School for the Deaf.Read more