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Hi there,

I've been using BSL on and off for the past 6 years as a teacher. I work in a SEN high school in Preston and I've had a couple of BSL users come through to me as students. We are however getting more and more students joining us and I am not as proficient as I'd like to be in order to hold a conversation with them.

So here I am, learning BSL and expanding my knowledge. I've always been fascinated by it - proficient signers have always looked like they are dancing to me, and I love to learn new languages too. 

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