The Royal School for Deaf Children Margate was established in 1792 to provide education and residential provision for deaf children.
We are a non-maintained day and special school with Registered Children's Home for young people who are d/Deaf or who have a hearing impairment or associated communication difficulties. Most of our young people have additional educational, emotional, behavioural or medical problems.
The School, 6th Form and Westgate College, our further education provision, are situated on a large site in the centre of Margate. Our facilities include classrooms, technology centre incorporating IT, Art Design and Technology, library, hall, fully equipped medical centre, soft play and sensory room, sensory garden, specialist therapy rooms and extensive grounds and playing fields. Our new Hydrotherapy Pool, Disability Gym and cafe will be opened in 2014.
Posted on Tuesday 2 May 2017
Dr David Brown comes to the SENSE centre in Bristol on 7th June to give a presentation entitled: CHARGE syndrome after 34 years - an overview with a focus on sensory issues, posture and movement, and …
Posted on Wednesday 15 February 2017
SIGNtific is a series of Deaf-led family events at the Science Museum with voiceover interpreters that take place on the first Saturday of every month and during the holidays. Suitable for Deaf and he…
Posted on Friday 16 September 2016
Tree house brings smile to boy with CHARGE syndrome
Posted on Monday 12 September 2016
A video posted by Claudia Junghans on VIMEO interviews people with CHARGE and explores their lives