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Hello. My name is Ruth. I am 48yrs old. I work in a school as a Pastoral Leader. I did a BSL course at night college  about 15yrs ago. I passed but was then unable to do level 2 due to the cost. Unfortunately I never go round to picking it up again. I wish I had as I would love to be able to share some skills with my students. We also have a few parents that are deaf and I would love to help them when they came in for meetings etc. I have just started this course and am only at section 4, but I am enjoying it. Really hope that I can stick with it this time. 

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