I'm Claire, I'm 23 and a student in Liverpool. I'm learning sign language because I've always worked in customer service and think it's a valuable skill to take into a workplace, to give as many customers as possible a positive experience when interacting. With all this COVID stuff I'm not able to work at the minute so thought what better time to learn!
hello my name is Carly , i decided to do the British sign language course because i have always wanted to do it but never got around to it. I work in a school as a teaching assistant so would like to learn this in my setting and also have a friend who has just completed it so will be good to have a practise partner.
I have recently starting the online training course to gain more knowledge and understanding of sigh language. I work within a SEN school where signing is used a lot but I wanted to learn more and brush up on signs I already knew.
Hi everyone. I'm grace and i wanted to learn BSL because i had the option to do so in school. one of my friends is partially deaf and i felt it would be good to learn in case he needs help with anything.
Hi, I’m Chelsea 20 years old and work in early years. In my nursery we have been using makaton for about a year but just simple signs. I’ve had a key child with hearing problems and would like to learn more
Hiya everyone :) I'm Carys and I decided to learn BSL because I think it's very interesting, I also want to maybe help people in the future and I just think it's a very useful skill to have. I'm enjoying it so far!
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Hi my name is Evan I am 11 and i found out about sign language last year and I wanted to know how to do it and this year my mom signed me up for BSL. I was so happy😃👍🏻. I really wanted to help others with sign language so when I learn more I will be helping my friends and family.
My name is Kimberley I am 29 years old and I have a husband who I have been with for 12 years, a son who is 9, a daughter who is 6 and i foster my nephew who is 10 and lives with us. I have a massive interest in BSL i find it fascinating there is a language without speech I think it's so clever and I've always wanted to learn. I have done makaton previously and taught my self some BSL when I was around 12 on YouTube. My mum has no hearing in one of her ears as does my dad so