I AM important!

I AM important!

By: Mohamed Ahmed, Laycock School, Year 5

My name is Mohamed
I like playing with my deaf friends.
I don;t line being deaf sometimes

I go to assembly.
I try my best to listen.
But it is too noisy
I feel un-important

When I was young
I threw my hearing aids.
I was so small
And so silly.

I like helping mum at home.
My sister is deaf.
Sometimes we sign together.

When children say,
“What’s that in your ear?
What’s that in your ear?”
I can’t take it any more.
So I tell them,
“Please don’t ask me that.
Bye Bye!”