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Hi there 

I decided to start learning BSL for a few reasons. Firstly, I am a teaching assistant and I want to be able to talk to all pupils. Secondly, French was the only A I got at GCSE (a fair few years ago!) and so I think I might be ok at languages. Thirdly, I used to tach Sing and Sign which is based on Makaton so I was intrigued to see the differences and lastly I loved Rose in Strictly! 

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