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Introduce yourself to the community by telling us a little bit about yourself and your interest in British Sign Language.

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    • I am learning sign language i am hard of hearing and deaf something tells me it’s important to do it 
    • I have always wanted to learn BSL and love learning new languages generally. I learnt to fingerspell at a young age and have always wanted to learn more. I now work across a number of primary school working with children with SEN including HI and those who are pre-verbal and sign as their main form of communication, so I would like to be able to interact with them more.
    • Hi I'm Laura. I learnt to fingerspell when I was younger as my dad was completing a sign language course. Always wanted to take this further and now have finally got time to do it!
    • Hi everyone! I'm learning BSL for a couple of reasons. Firstly, I've always been fascinated with Sign Language - it's such a complex, beautiful and expressive language and has a brilliant community to go along with it. I've been trying to learn on and off for a few years but wasn't ever able to put aside enough time to commit to it! But now I've joined a group in my congregation who teach it, and it's been so much fun to learn together! Even through this pandemic we've been able to continue
    • Hi everyone! I'm Catherine and have just finished studying at Glasgow University. Sign language is something I always wanted to learn and now I have plenty of time to do it so I decided to sign up to an online course and am loving it! I feel sign language is such a great skill to learn because it can help you to be a more inclusive person and I think it is important to be aware of the means of communication in the deaf community. There is a man at my church who communicates using BSL and I alway
    • Hi, my names Chloe, I've just finished University and I've wanted to learn sign language for years but never had enough time to devote to it. Can't wait to start learning.
    • Hi, in my role as a Traffic Officer for Highways England. I helped a family that was deaf, because of their lip reading skills we where able to communicate.  Ever since then I have wanted to learn BSL. Hopefully at basic level but aiming for higher if possible.   
    • BSL is something I've always wanted to learn and I think it's important to try to be as inclusive as possible in all environments, so I started this course a couple of weeks ago as something to fill my summer when I don't have much else to do. Hopefully I'll be able to use it with people I meet at work and socially.
    • Hi, I'm Millie. I'm an undergraduate student at Bangor University and I've wanted to learn sign language for a while, so here I am! Looking forward to learning and improving on this course.
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