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  • Writer's picturePeter Rogers

New Primary School for the Deaf, Mary Hare is ready to go , with great acoustics an essential part

What makes Mary Hare and its teaching special is that children with severe hearing needs do not rely on use of sign language when learning, but on the spoken word to understand. This prepares the children for the world and for this to be possible conditions that maximise speech intelligibility are needed. This is where the acoustic design comes in, and why it became of central importance to the successful design of this new exemplar school for deaf children. Read on to find out more about how Sustainable Acoustics achieve that, and what the client and designer thought.... Read more

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