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Hi everyone,

I'm Steph and I'm new to BSL. I've decided to learn to sign as I'm slowly losing my hearing at the age of 16 and so want to be proactive before I lose it altogether!

I've set myself a goal this year to at least learn how to spell my name and introduce myself so keep your fingers crossed for me! 🙂

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Hello there 

My name is Molly I’m 19, I am also learning sign language I have some hearing difficulties in both ears. I don’t know wether my hearing is getting worse. I’m doing an online course and am really enjoying it.
Good luck with your learning! 

 

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Hi, my name is Lowri and I'm 17. Hopefully in September I will be going to university to study Primary Education. I thought learning BSL would be a great skill to have in the classroom to allow me communicate with every student. I'm currently half way through the online course and I am thoroughly enjoying it. 

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