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    • Morning. I passed my level 1 about 2 years ago. I have found 2 free apps that I can go back to reference and all my notes, downloaded help sheets and videos I keep on my phone and continue to work and add to. If you would like I can help with some albeit limited practice on here.
    • Hi, I am a complete beginner, just finished assessment 3 so very much a newbie. I am just wondering how everyone practices? I am remembering everything when it comes to the assessments but am worried I’ll forget if I don’t continue using. Being at home with just my young son doesn’t give me anyone to test me.. 
    • I am learning BSL as we were taught basic colours and songs in BSL in primary school and really enjoyed it. I always wanted to learn more BSL as I enjoyed it so much as a child and am looking forward to becoming more proficient in the language!
    • Hi I’m Chanel and I am thoroughly enjoying my BSL course. I’ve always wanted to learn BSL and what better time than whilst being in lockdown?!
    • Currently on mat leave with my 8month old, always wanted to learn BSL and this is perfect opportunity. Already knew alphabet and bits learnt from baby sensory etc but wanted to properly learn the basics so can teach son them as he grows up. Think it's such an amazing ability to have to communicate with the deaf community aswell. Also hoping to do a lunch time club when teaching, to teach children the basics of BSL aswell as using them whilst teaching. 
    • I'm a newly qualified teacher, my undergraduate degree specialised in SEND and have lots experience in this area. I would eventually like to be a sendco. Currently on mat leave with my 8month old, always wanted to learn BSL and this is perfect opportunity. Already knew alphabet and bits learnt from baby sensory etc but wanted to properly learn the basics so can teach son them as he grows up. Think it's such an amazing ability to have to communicate with the deaf community aswell. Also hoping to
    • Hello! I'm Gemma - I've been registered for online lessons by my employer - which is amazing! I knew a few signs before-hand and I am really enjoying learning more. It has been something I've wanted to develop for a while.  ❤️ X
    • I'm a Pre-registration Optometrist and in my experiences/patient encounters so far with those from the deaf/Deaf communities I've felt so helpless and antisocial not being able to adress my patient directly.
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