British Sign Language

Did you know?

  • British Sign Language was recognised as an official language within the UK on the 18th March 2003
  • British Sign Language has regional variations, just like spoken English has dialects and accents.
  • You can be a left handed or a right handed signer, just like you can use your left or right hand to write.
  • British Sign Language is only used in Britain. In America they use ASL, in France they use LSF, just the same as different countries speak different languages.
  • Around 150,000 people in the UK use BSL.

Want to learn more?

Let's start with finger spelling the alphabet.

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National Sign Language Week.

12th - 15th April 2021

Here at NUSA we have been celebrating National Sign Language Week by getting all the staff and students involved in learning some basic Sign Language. If you missed out on a day, or want to go back and look through the videos again, check out the full power point from the week.

National Sign Language Week

Signs of the week.

Concentrate. You try.

Good Work, well done!

Welcome to NUSA.
Nice to meet you.
Work hard, be kind at NUSA.
What's your name?
Good morning. Good afternoon.
Hello. How are you?

December 2021

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