We asked our lovely facebook fans why they wanted to win over 500 pages of Primary Sign resources and we recieved some brilliant answers. We read through everyone's comments and had an extremely difficult time trying to decide on a winner. Eventually, after a long deliberation, we finall picked a winner.
And the winner is .... Everyone! ☺
Everyone who commented on the facebook post during the compeition time has won the resources! To claim your prize simply email email@example.com with your name and we will get back to you asap.
Be sure to download our free BSL Christmas cards. Each card has a colouful Christmas picture complete with the BSL sign. Simply download, fold and give out to friends and family.
Primary Sign is working together with the National Deaf Children's Society during their Fingerspellathon. This event not only encourages communication and teaches a new, useful skill but raises much needed funds for Deaf children and young people. We are giving participants access to our alphabet module to help with their fingerspelling.
To get involved and to gain access to a free Primary Sign module email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Good news for any Android phone/tablet users, our Primary Sign Flash Cards app is now available on any android device. Best of all it's completely free for a limited time! Download it today from here!
Syd has been busy making handy videos for every one! Come join us on our YouTube channel to check them out now. Remember to subscribe so you'll always know when there's a new video.
We'll also update our Facebook page as soon as we upload a video. Subscribe to our mailing list (you can do that at the bottom of this website) to hear about these too as well as any other exciting and interesting news we have for you.
Congratulations to Millbrook Primary School on winning our Signup & Win competition we ran with 97.4 Rock FM. They not only win a full year's subscription to Primary Sign but also a tour of the Rock FM studio and the chance to have their signing filmed professionally.
Don't worry if you didn't win this time, there will be more competitions and giveaways in the future!
Primary Sign and Rock FM are working together to try and raise awareness about British Sign Language with this great competition! You could win a year's subscription to Primary Sign for free as well as a trip to the Rock FM studio to have your signing skills filmed professionally.
All you need to do is head over to the Rock FM website and fill in your details. It's as easy as that! You have until the 8th of July to enter.
There's also the chance to learn how to sign a song!
A sign language school based at Blackburn’s Ewood Park is having success abroad, thanks to innovative new software.
‘Seen to be Heard UK’ (STBH) has developed a child friendly app that is being used by teachers and pupils to learn sign language. It aims to make sign language more accessible and promote deaf awareness in schools, in both the UK and America....... [CLICK TO CONTINUE READING]
Following the success of our previous competition, we are giving away our Christmas module to 5 lucky people. Simply visit our Facebook page and like us and you'll be automatically entered into the competition. If you win you'll not only get acess to the module but to the learning management system and the Christmas handouts and worksheets!
If you already like us then you will be autumatically entered!
If you like our facebook page from now until 31st October 2012 you will be automatically entered into our competition to win a free year's subscription to Primary Sign (Worth £365)!
People who already like our Facebook page will be included too so don't worry!
Primary Sign's second app is available for the iPhone and iPad now. Primary Sign Alphabet teaches you the signs for the alphabet and reinforces what you've learnt with games and activities.
You can get the app by clicking here
We are very pleased to announce that our managing Director, Debra Reynolds, has been named 'Inspirational Woman of the Year' in the 2012 EVA awards. A huge congratulations to her and a massive thank you to anyone who voted!
You can view our photo here
You can find out more about the awards on their website.
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Blackburn Rovers Enterprise Centre (where our office is located) has a small article about our Olympic module! You can read it by following this link:
We are pleased to announce our Managing Director Debra Reynolds has been shortlisted for the EVA Awards 'Inspirational Woman of the Year'.
Eva, The Enterprise Vision Awards have been created to specifically recognise those ladies in The North West who are inspiring others by successfully running their own businesses or are at the forefront of their profession.
We look forward to finding out the winners on the 14th September at the EVA Awards ceremony 2012.
Good luck Debbie!
We have released our first app for the iphone and ipad. Primary Sign Flash Cards! features over 100 signs from 9 everyday topics including alphabet, number, colours, animals and more.
A great fun and Interactive way to learn basic sign language. My family love it!! And learn it!!! Well done!
We were rated 5 stars
To help schools prepare for London 2012, Primary Sign has created a new module 'The Olympics' that promotes sign language.
This module is free to all schools and it is fun, interactive and educational!
For more information, please contact us by replying to this email or visit our website
Debbie Reynolds, who runs Seen to be Heard Ltd, Blackburn, said that children without hearing impediments who learn British Sign Language can improve their literacy skills.
The headteacher at St Paul’s RC Primary School, Blackburn who has trialed her Seen to be Heard Primary Sign programme said it was having a positive impact on children’s listening and speaking in the classroom. Debbie, who is hard of hearing, developed the scheme as 85 per cent of deaf children now attend mainstream school.
It is a new skill for hearing children to learn. It is a life skill and helps with literacy and learning. Learning sign language uses both sides of the brain and improves learning by 90 per cent. It is extremely good for building confidence and self esteem.