LATEST NEWS

Tristan's Signature Vlog

Added 10 Sep 2018

To keep both current and potential learners informed about the process of learning British Sign Language (BSL) with Signature, we have decided to create a regular Vlog (Video blog) which will follow the journey of a Signature student.

New Signature website - now live

Added 04 Sep 2018

We are excited to share with you the new Signature website. Over the last 6 months we have been working to understand what you, our site visitors want from our website. 

Lindsay Foster: Signature paves the way for future advancements

Added 03 Sep 2018

At Signature we’re always looking at the ways in which we operate, so that we’re able to stay ahead of the curve and ultimately provide the best service to our learners and centres. 

Ofqual are looking for experts in BSL.

Added 24 Aug 2018

Ofqual are looking for experts in BSL.

They are looking for people to join them as external experts to help their work on qualifications and assessments for GCSEs, A levels, a wide range of vocational and technical qualifications and new apprenticeship end-point assessments.

 

Positive steps in developing a GCSE in British Sign Language (BSL)

Added 02 Aug 2018

On 31st July, Signature met with Ofqual and the Department for Education (DfE) to discuss recent events around the development of a GCSE in British Sign Language (BSL). We are pleased to announce that we will be preparing a proposal for the development of a GCSE in BSL. This is not a commitment from DfE and Ofqual to agree a future qualification but is hugely positive news. Signature would like to thank them both for the opportunity to meet with them and for helping us take a step in the right direction.

Try our new and improved Teacher Training!

Added 22 May 2018

Signature Teacher Training is our flexible online platform, created with Signature BSL teachers in mind. Following our initial success, we recently underwent an update in order to include exciting new features.

Chicken or egg - guest blog

Added 24 Apr 2018

In The Gambia, there are four Gambian Sign Language Interpreters, for about 39,000 Deaf people.  In 2013, as there was no government funding to pay interpreters, and no interpreter development programs, I started a project to employ and develop the skills of these interpreters.

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