|Hello everyone I am currently learning British Sign Language Level 1 I am from North Yorkshire and wish to find other people to chat or practise signing with!
I also hope to eventually become an interpreter and work with the deaf.|
|Abbie [08/04] Aylesbury, Buckinghmashire
|I am currently learning BSL level 1 and an really enjoying it. The BSL translators and finger spelling tools were very popular when I showed my fellow nurses on the ward how to spell their names in sign laguage|
|nikki james [16/03] exeter, devon
|i thought your website is fab and is very useful for my bsl teaching with deaf children and i thought japan tsunami BSL supported teaching resoure r so wonderful and it make change for me to have it instead making one!! communiting in print programme is wonderful too!
keep great work and many thanks
Thank you Nikki, that's very kind of you to take the time to sign into the Guest Book and I'm so pleased that you like the resources. I don't have a lot of time to make things like that, but the TES Connect site is great for teaching resources, and all I had to do was adapt an excellent resource that a teacher had already made (with their permission). Best wishes. Cath
|Suzanne [11/03] Hounslow
Sorry; I have no idea what happened with my previous message about this site! It wasn't me - honestly! I think it's a great site!
|Laura [11/01] Middlesbrough
|Hi, I am currently learning BSL Level 2 and have all 3 exams coming up in the next 6 months. I am desperate for someone to practice with (deaf or hearing)in the Middlesbrough area but am having no luck so far. The class I go to is 1 hour drive away so I only go there once a week and can't practice with the others in my class. Any help would be gratefully received...
Thanks for visiting and signing in. The Deaf Centre in Middlesbrough is open as a 'drop in' centre on Wednesday mornings - you could contact them to find out if students are welcome? I think there is also a contact group one evening, will try and get more details and get back to you. Cath
|Elaine Durrance [21/09] Florida, United States
|Good Morning at least over here it is. I am Deaf and
I have friends who live in United Kingdom and have learned a little sign and so have they.
You have a wonderful web site.
Thanks so much for sharing with the world.
|hannah miller [13/08] bluefield,wv
|i love this website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|Michael Marum [10/08] South Shields
|Regarding Caroline MacDonald [11/05] SouthShields post, Louise Sanderson is teaching me as well, i am waiting for a BSL 1 course to start after doing the BSL intro for 10 weeks, i hope it gets going soon i am still waiting! Louise has made learning BSL fun i agree, and being completely deaf herself and talking about her experiences brought things into context for me of what deaf people do experience, maybe i will see you on the course starting September!!|
|Saira [08/05] Woking
|Hello i am currently studying level 3 sign langauge BSL. I wanted to know if there is anybody locally to me who be interested in meeting up to practise. There are about 3 of us in total who meet up. This is for anyone weather you are deaf or learning BSl.|
|AMIT RUPAREL [22/02] chandrapur
i'm deaf at i'm want learn on sing language book or cd bring |
Thank you for signing in. All of our sign language books and materials are on our other website - www.DeafBooks.co.uk
I think you would find useful books there. Many thanks. Cath