Regent’s youngsters visit deaf school

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On Thursday 11th November ten pupils in Year 1 and 2 from the Regent’s School went to visit the Sotpattana Deaf School in Pattaya.

We went to learn how to use sign language in Jingle bells for our upcoming Primary Recital. We had already started learning some sign language but we only knew a few signs.

Ten pupils in Year 1 and 2 from the Regent’s School went to visit the Sotpattana Deaf School in Pattaya.Ten pupils in Year 1 and 2 from the Regent’s School went to visit the Sotpattana Deaf School in Pattaya.

When we arrived we were shown to the classroom and met our teacher Khun Anne and met some of the other teachers. The deaf children came in and we started learning the signs. It was hard at first as there were lots of signs to learn but we eventually got it. The deaf children helped us with some of the harder signs to make sure we were doing them correctly.

We are delighted that the deaf children will join us for our performance at our concert and next week. Miss Karen is taking other children in Y1 and 2 to the deaf school to learn the signs. On the bus on the way home we were all singing Jingle bells and practicing our signs and we cannot wait to meet the children from Sotpattana Deaf School again.