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about Hazelwood School's achievements

(published in the local press)

 

Care Service Inspection Report - 7 July 2012

City School Up For Top 10 Design Award

One of Europe’s most advanced special needs schools is in the running for a top design award.

A Sense of Achievement

The school that's opening up the world to children with sensory impairment

www.glasgow.gov.uk - Glasgow Magazine Feb-Mar 2010

    

  

Hazelwood praised by inspectors

Hazelwood praised by inspectors

September 23, 2008

 

City School Scoops Top Award 

A Glasgow school for deaf and blind pupils has scooped a top design award

September 11, 2009

       

A Difference Everyone Can Feel 

It is easy to miss Hazelwood School. Like some kind of magic-eye optical illusion, it manages to remain invisible until you are almost upon it, then appears from a backdrop of greenery and snaps into focus

September 6, 2008

 

City Buildings up for Gongs 

Two Glasgow buildings have been short-listed for international design awards

July 27, 2008 

                       

Wogan Launches New Sense Scotland Centre 

The new centre was made possible by the £333,783 funding from Children in Need

Accessibility for Scotland magazine: Dec 2007
 

Hi-tech school design praised at exhibition

A HI-TECH school in Glasgow has been praised for its innovative design at a national exhibition.

November 02, 2007

 

Feeling the Way to a New Life for Pupils 

For most four-year-olds the idea of being taught how to run or jump would seem absurd. But at Hazelwood School in Glasgow, which caters for blind and deaf children it is an everyday part of the curriculum

August 29, 2007

 

Class Act in the City 

Glasgow is leading the way in providing education for youngsters with special needs thanks to a new hi-tech school

 August 29, 2007

 

Made to measure

THE most advanced learning centre in Europe for sensory-impaired kids is just weeks from opening its doors in Glasgow.

February 27, 2007