Sarah Davis

Sarah Davis is a course lecturer and module leader at Mary Hare Courses partnered with the University of Hertfordshire. She works across both the MA Deaf Education Studies courses; Teacher of the Deaf and Educational Audiology.  Sarah also runs a BTEC level 3 course for teaching assistants who work with young people who are deaf. 

Sarah’s undergraduate degree in Environmental Geography was gained at the University of Aberdeen.  She later trained as a secondary school teacher at the Institute of Education, University of London.  Sarah worked as a Geography teacher in both London and Yorkshire before completing her MA in Deaf Education Studies (Teacher of the Deaf) at Mary Hare / University of Hertfordshire.  She has worked in secondary school resource bases for deaf young people in both London and Yorkshire as well as working as a peripatetic teacher.   


PgDip Deaf Education Studies (Educational Audiology) 

MA Deaf Education Studies (Teacher of the Deaf) 

Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) 

PgDip Urban Development 

BSc (Hons) Environmental Geography 

Signature BSL Level 3 



Oticon Prize – Highest graded dissertation 

Oticon scholarship – full fee scholarship to study PgDip Deaf Education Studies (Educational Audiology) 

Mary Hare Award – Highest achieving student in cohort 

Registrations / affiliations / interest groups 

Higher Education Academy – Associate Fellow 

British Association of Teachers of Deaf Children and Young People – Member 

BATOD mentoring steering group