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Hi there my name is Libby I’m 40 years old. I am delighted to be finally doing this course, I did look into it last year but due to personal circumstances I didn’t get signed up. I hope to go to learn all levels of BSL because it is an ambition of mine to work in deaf service or become a tutor or interpreter. Ideally I would have liked to join a course whereby there is a deaf tutor and although there is services near me they do not appear to be running classes at the moment due to covid. I’m really looking forward to learning this amazing language. 

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Hi, my name is Nicki. I have always wanted to learn sign language having been taught the alphabet when I was at primary school. I took a short course at uni. Now I have a member of my Reception class who is profoundly deaf and I am learning to support her. My class are loving learning alongside me, including this child and I have also set up a club for our older pupils.

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