SITE NEWS: Wellington Zoo Sign Booklet Wellington Zoo New Zealand Sign Language Visitors Guide
In celebration of Sign Language Week (2-8 May 2011) we have put together this special NZSL Visitors Guide for the wonderful Wellington Zoo
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Inaugural classes for the sign language of the Australian deaf community will be taught in Years 5 to 8 from next year.

Also, a customer has notified us that Zillmere North (now known as Taigum) in QLD, taught daily lessons on Sign Language in the late 80s and early 90s. We do not believe these classes still run.
Editors Note: Is it a breach of customer privacy to point out that both these schools have been using SignPlanet and our LOTE materials for some years?
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Seen and now finally heard25 / 8 / 2012
I was working with a group of people who exploit vision every day. Their stories, both oral and written, were graced with subtle detail and nuanced observations. The tales revealed the relentless challenges and frustrations of being deaf.....
I also learnt that signing is a language of subtlety and complexity, an intimate expression of community that contains within it a rich but often hidden tradition of storytelling. It unites the deaf community through a shared culture and oral lore handed down through the generations.
Editors Note: This article provides great coverage of what it means to be deaf and how sign strengthens the community and the individual
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