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Hello all,

I'm Megan and i am a Early Years Teaching Assistant. I have wanted to learn BSL for a long time and have taken the opportunity to do it whilst we are being told to stay at home. I am really enjoying it so far and hope that with practice (especially my facial expressions) i can hold a conversation with others in BSL. 

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