Hearing impaired KZN pupil excels in matric exams

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Shreya Moodley from the North Coast did not allow her hearing impairment to stop her from matriculating with a Bachelor’s pass.
Shreya Moodley from the North Coast did not allow her hearing impairment to stop her from matriculating with a Bachelor’s pass.

“I am Shreya Moodley. I am big, brave and beautiful.”

This is the mantra that hearing impaired North Coast matriculant Shreya Moodley has lived by since she started school.

Moodley’s parents were told she would need to attend a special needs school when she lost most of her hearing and speech as a toddler. However, her parents believed their child would persevere in a mainstream school.

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