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Roll up, roll up! And relax…

Even the circus can put on a relaxed performance, says Emma Bradshaw. The modern circus still retains the same elements of its eighteenth century origins:...

BSL for all

British Sign Language is a language for everyone, says Matthew Kleiner-Mann. It's not often that you walk into a primary school classroom and it's so...

Relaxed performances bring joy to all

Making live theatre accessible to all needs careful planning says Kathryn McAuley There is clear and compelling evidence that experiencing live theatre can be beneficial...

Point of view: students

Schools need safe spaces: what we did in our school Two Y11 students, Chaitanya Sapra and Zahra Qazi from Aylesbury High School, share why they...

Sign language 999 BSL service launched for deaf people

A new service has launched to allow people to make 999 calls using British Sign Language (BSL) for the first time. The new service, 999...

Signs of learning

Cath Smith explores the role of British Sign Language in education and looks at how it differs from other signing systems around the world

Signs of the times

Users of British Sign Language (BSL) are being faced with unprecedented change in their language BSL is a rich, naturally evolving language, where the signs...

Give us a sign!

Jon Hickman explores the benefits of using BSL with all pupils

BSL users need better support

The Government is being urged to do more to promote British Sign Language (BSL) and support its users. Ten years after the Government officially recognised...

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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