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Practice your BSL skills here with a short description or story and let other people give you feedback.


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    • Hello everyone I am NIamh, I am learning BSL as i think this will help me with my career looking after children with special needs to ensure they are all included even if they are are unable to hear or are non-communicative.
    • Hi Everyone am very new to signing after being in the army and many years in a steel works I'm now very hard of hearing in my later years  it is proving to be easier to learn than French and German as I am learning words far Moree quickly ,I understand sign language will not help me communicate with the majority of the public but hoping it will help going forward , i'm hoping this forum will help and any guidance you can share will be very welcome Thanks 
    • Job Title: Front of House Operations Accountable to: General Secretary Hours: Monday – Friday 40 hours a week (10.30am – 6.30pm) Salary: In excess of London Living Wage Overall Purpose of the Job To provide a smooth running and welcoming reception service, with a positive first experience for all visitors to 18 Leather Lane. This requires a calm, friendly and helpful customer-facing attitude in a busy office, liaising with Remark! staff who work for the company
    • Job Advertisement Job Title: Living CSW & Administrator Location: London wide Accountable to: Remark! Living Registered Manager Hours: Full Time Monday – Friday (40 hours a week) Some weekend work will be required. Salary: £24,000 – £27,080 (based on experience) Applying: Remark! is an Equal Opportunities Employer (EOE) If you are interested in joining us, please send a CV and covering letter describing how your experience matches the role to Jonny Nelson:
    • I am coming out of university and as an inclusive dance artist/ teacher, I am trying to be as diverse as possible.  I am also going into teaching in the next academic year in a school that is for children with hearing impairments and I think I will be able to have better communication, understanding and connections with the children if I can speak to them using sign language. Is there anyone on here that is a dance teacher for those with hearing impairments? I would love to connect and
    • I'm Simon and I'm deaf on my right side since I was 8. Its always worried me that I could lose my hearing completely and thought it was about time I learnt BSL
    • Our popular 'Summer Intensive' is back.   Our intensive courses are run three days per week for four weeks. They are starting on Monday 1st August and finishing on Wednesday 24th August. Contact us to enquire or book your places. Please express your preference if you would like it to be remote learning via ZOOM or a Face to Face at our Training Centre in London.   www.remark.uk.com/bsl-level-1   #BritishSignLanguage #BSL #IntensiveCourse #
    • I’m not quite sure if I’m doing this right but…. I’ve been running a BSL Signing Club at the Primary School I work at since Lockdown, I’ve got an average of 25-30 Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 children at each session. I’m hearing, well losing my hearing as I age, and don’t wear my hearing aids all the time. My daughter teaches at a school which has a Deaf Centre so she’s really the one who’s got me interested in BSL also the fact that I’ve just applied for a new job and BSL would help.
    • I'm a hearing person who is learning BSL as a part of my DofE. I think it is such an important language to be able to speak and I've wanted to learn for a while, I've just been looking for the time and motivation I've had an interest since primary school where a picked up a small amount of mackaton, although that has made it slightly difficult to differenciate between bsl and mackaton for me sometimes. 
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