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Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children

Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children has a new home in the Plimsoll Building

Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children is currently located in the Jubilee Waterside Centre, but will be moving to a new home in The Plimsoll Building, in September 2015.

The school will be co-located with a new mainstream primary school, King’s Cross Academy. The multi-million pound new building will provide a state-of-the-art learning environment.

The two schools will share not just a building, but enjoy a close partnership at all levels. The Academy will teach British Sign Language and shared spaces will give the children the chance to mix.

About Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children

Pupils from the Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children rehearse for a presentation at the Campaign for Literacy in Primary Education poetry awards, at The House of Illustration, King's CrossThe small and friendly school has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, and has a national and international reputation as a centre of excellence for deaf education.

The school caters for children from the age of 2 – 11, and is one of the only schools in London, and indeed England, with a bilingual philosophy – treating the learning of English and British Sign Language (BSL) with equal importance.

To find out more, visit Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children.

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For more information please contact

Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children
Jubilee Waterside Centre
105 Camley Street
London N1C 4PF

T:020 7391 7040
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