British Sign Language

In by Karen Armstrong

BSL Classes

Event Hours(1)

  • Wednesday

    07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

    Winchester Royal

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12-week course: £160

*please note this course is 11 weeks, therefore each class will be extended to 1h40mins.

The next course will take place week commencing 23rd April.

Our British Sign Language course uses active learning techniques to teach the basics of this useful language. The beginner course starts with basics such and introducing yourself and learning the alphabet. It continues with:

– learning colours
– teaching ways to describe people and objects
– time, numbers and money
– talking about likes and dislikes
– food and drink vocabulary
– asking and answering questions
– learning to express emotions and facial expressions
– learn basic communication.

*Please note, course content will vary depending on course teacher and course book content.
No refunds are given for classes not attended once a course has begun (Courses can be cancelled and refunded up to 5 days before their start)

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British Sign Language Teachers

Fran Lloyd

I qualified as a teacher in Adult Education in 2001, and was fortunate enough to work closely with a profoundly Deaf Tutor for more than 10 years, gaining Advanced Level BSL qualifications and Signature Deaf Awareness/Community and Culture during that time. I have been teaching BSL for 17 years, in a variety of settings. BSL is a rich language and one that I love to share in a relaxed and fun environment, where learners can gain confidence and master skills needed to communicate effectively with deaf people.