Here Joanne talks about her careers advice at school.
Here Mark talks about the expectations of him and his peers
Here Clenton talks about his expectations of life after school.
Here Alice talks about the careers support she received at school.
Here John describes the career options suggested by his Head teacher.
Here Simone talks about her first studies after leaving school.
Here Jane describes her motivations for going to University.
Here Clenton describes going onto further education.
Here Helen describes visiting potential universities to continue her studies.
Here Michelle describes the impact of leaving school with no formal qualifications.
Here Christine describes studying and being told she couldn’t be a teacher because she was deaf.
Here Deborah describes the impact of returning to study in later life via the Open University.
Here Tara talks about starting her degree.
Here Mark describes having to ‘self knowledge’ himself.
Here Alice describes the lasting impact of her education.
Here Mark describes the impact of his schooling on his later life.
Here Tara describes her first introduction to the Social Model of Disability in her adult life.
Here Ronald describes the lasting impact of school on life afterwards.
Here Deborah describes keeping her past and herself secret after school.
Here Angela describes the impact of her relationship with her family after school.
Here Richard describes the impact on his life of missing out on basic learning.
Here Jamie describes the impact of his school environment upon his adult life.
Here Sue describes the legacy of her residential schooling on her life afterwards.
Here Michelle talks about the choices she was given on leaving school
Here Ron talks about the advice he was given when he left school.
Here Angela describes how she defied the low expectations that were placed on her.
Here Micheline describes her struggle to join the world outside of school.
Here Philip recalls the difficulty of entering the ‘hearing world’ after school.
Here Tara describes her first experience of mainstream schooling after leaving school.
Here Etty describes her apprenticeship at Holdron’s department store after school.
Here Deborah describes getting used to the world after school.
Here Jack talks to Belinda about leaving school.
Here Clenton talks about finding out about dyslexia when he was thirty.
Here Maresa talks about what she does now
Here Ajay describes his frustration with the education system leading him to seek employment after school.
Here Christine remembers working in an office environment without accessible equipment.
Here Richard describes the beginnings of life as a teacher.
Here Simone describes her working life leading her towards campaigning.
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