Darwen Vale High School introduced British Sign Language as an option for pupils to study in Year 10 and Year 11 in September 2009.
Pupils were enthusiastic and open to learn about the course and what it represents in our community. Several Year 10 pupils are researching careers with BSL after only 6 months of the course.Details
“Inclusion……is about much more than the types of school children attend: it is about the quality of their experience and how far they are helped to learn, to achieve and participate fully in the life of the school” (DfES, Removing Barriers to Achievement, 2004) Schools that promote the inclusion of deaf children and offers equalDetails
Celebrating 10 Years in Business We are very proud to say that the School of Sign Language has been in business for 10 years. The School of Sign Language was established by Debra Keyser (Reynolds) in April 2006 who was motivated by her drive and enthusiasm to break down barriers between Deaf and hearing communities.Details
School of Sign Language provides a range of BSL interpreters and communication support workers, experienced to provide language support in a multitude of settings, including: Hospitals/Medical appointments Workplace meetings Student Support in Colleges Meetings with professional e.g. accountants, solicitors etc & MoreDetails