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Hi my name is Carolyn .I teach Pre School children between the ages of 3-5yrs.As part of that role i have been introducing basic signs i.e. hello ,good morning  etc. I decided i might benefit from this course and pass on anything i learn to the children. I am just at the start so hoping if i show my colleagues daily it will help me retain and use what i learn .I'm not ready to video or join in fingerspelling just yet but hope to in the future.

 

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Hi my names Roy 66yrs old profoundly deaf due to industrial accident . Learnt to lipreading which has been useless during lockdown. I have decided to learn BSL for 2 reasons 1. So I can at least have some human contact should another lock down happen.  2. It's nice to learn a new skill 

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Hi my name is Simi. I am an administrator for older adults mental health. I have decided to learn BSL because I generally just love learning new skills and keeping busy. I'm also hoping that it may benefit me within my role with clients / carers. 

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