BDA Scotland’s DRP Transitions project were delighted to work with Veterinary Nurse Assistant, Julie Beckett, to deliver specialist workshops about veterinary care to P3-P7 classes at St Roch’s Primary and S1-S6 classes at St Roch’s Secondary in Glasgow.
Deaf Roots and Pride
The BDA’s Deaf Roots and Pride (DRP) project delivered a Deaf Role Models & Recycling workshop at St Roch’s Primary School in Glasgow.
BDA Scotland went to St Roch’s Secondary School to present the Jock Young Award to Lewis Eugene Maguire.
Moira Ross from DRP Scotland’s Transitions project, announces this year’s winner of the Jock Young Award 2021. This year’s nominees are all inspiring role models for Deaf young people across Scotland, however, after some tough deliberation, this year’s winner is…
Come along and join DRP Scotland’s Workshop for parents in Scotland.
This workshop, aimed specifically for parents of Deaf young people, will provide you with the opportunity to meet young Deaf role models and ask them questions about their experiences of education and transitioning from school to college and university.
Deaf Roots & Pride Scotland would like to introduce two new members of staff; Catherine Nassimi-Green and Moira Ross. Catherine and Moira have joined DRP team as Transitions Officers and will primarily be working with young deaf people aged between 8 to 25, living in the central belt of Scotland.