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Deaf Base




Mrs Wainwright, Miss Cain, Miss Rama, Miss Smith, Mrs Wills, Mrs Ellam and Mr Wilkins welcome you! 




We are pleased to introduce our new online learning resources, made exclusively just for you. These will be updated regularly so please keep logging on! 

Miss Cain and Mr Wilkins have created some videos that you can access at home.


There are currently two versions of Little Red Riding Hood, one in BSL (British Sign Language) and one in SSE (Sign Supported English)  along with some questions and answers to go with the story. Read the story together and then encourage your child to answer the questions. You could then maybe create some other questions about the story and ask these to your child. 

Below are the YouTube links for the stories and the questions. There are two levels of questions, level one and level two. The level two questions are slightly more challenging than the level one. These are closed links so you wouldn't find them in a search engine.

Little Red Riding Hood in BSL  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-gCBar9fyI&feature=youtu.be


Little Red Riding Hood in SSE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyJ4aWvl7s4&feature=youtu.be

Level one questions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjjESU5Nwlo&feature=youtu.be

Level one answers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zP8eNjdfZsg&feature=youtu.be

Level two questions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEeY427VDsU&feature=youtu.be

Level two answers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL7U3-709tA&feature=youtu.be


As well as the signed stories, we have also created some video resources to help you practise Visual Phonics. These have been separated into sets and in the Read Write Inc. order in which they are taught. Your child may not be confident with all sets at this moment in time, but exposure to the ones they have not yet learnt along with rehearsal of the ones they have previously experienced will help them with the segmenting and blending skills needed for reading and writing. 

Sets 1 and 2


Sets 3,4 and 5


Sets 6 and 7



My last update this week is a video that I wanted to share with you all. Warstones Primary School have really embraced learning how to communicate through the use of sign language. Below is a signed song for you to enjoy. 





Here is another signed video from Mr Wilkins so you can practise some Spring signs



A further signed video from Mr Wilkins




Mr Wilkins has created another signed video for you so you can learn some more signs for Spring.



This week is Deaf Awareness Week.

Throughout the week we will be adding new activities that you can do at home.

First activity!

Learn how to finger spell your name, then teach your family how to finger spell their names.



Second activity!

Learn how to greet people in BSL (British Sign Language)


Activity 3

Learn the signs for some well known animals.


Activity 4

Use the information below and/or conduct some research yourself into how to communicate with a Deaf person then create an eye catching poster. We could use some of them around school when we return.


Activity 5

Learn some of the signs for Spring, thanks to Mr Wilkins



Signed songs


We've learnt so many signed songs at school, click on the links to practise some of them at home.

First up...

'This is me.'



Next one... Sign2Sing - 'Friends Forever.'



Here's another for you - Sing2Sing - 'Together'



A new song for you - Sign2Sing 'Greatest Day'