The Welsh Goverment is facing demands to close the gap in the educational achievements of deaf children and their peers in our schools.
It comes after new figures reveal that deaf pupils are more than 40 percent less likely to achieve higher grade passes in their core subjects.
Young deaf people took part in the video petition to tell Assembly Members what matters most to them at school and college.
Points raised by the pupils include the need for specialist support, learning in classrooms with good acoustics and ensuring teachers and pupils know how to communicate with deaf pupils.
NDCS Cymru is calling on the Welsh Government to develop a national strategy to address the gap in educational attainment for deaf pupils.
The National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) Cymru is submitting a video petition to the Welsh Government calling for action on the education gap between deaf children and their peers.
According to the charity, Welsh Government figures showed that in 2012 deaf pupils were 41% less likely to achieve a higher grade pass in subjects including English, Welsh, maths and science.
Jayne Dulson, NDCS Cymru director, said: "It is unacceptable that so many deaf pupils throughout Wales fail to reach their full potential because they face barriers in education."