Sign2sing goes digital to break world record | Ampersand
 

   


 
 



2012.09.17 14:57:25
tracey

THE NATIONAL healthcare charity for Deaf* people has this month (September, 2012) announced it will be working in partnership with Digital Giving Ltd to develop its annual fundraising event sign2sing.

SignHealth and Digital Giving Ltd will create digital resources to make it easier for schools to get involved in the sign2sing Guinness World RecordTM breaking attempt taking place next February (2013).



To learn more visit  

http://www.louiskennedy.com/news/60/68/Sign2sing-goes-digital-to-break-world-record.html


and encourage children you know to become record breakers too by registering their school



Steve Powell, Chief Executive at SignHealth, said: “Sign2sing is a world record breaking attempt for the most people signing and singing at the same time. We believe the move to go digital will make event participation even more accessible.The digital resource pack will be available to all schools that register and will include a free whiteboard app.

We are hoping to increase Deaf awareness by introducing some basic sign language among a younger generation and believe Digital Giving Ltd has the skills and creativity to help us get the message across to more schools and pupils in a fun and entertaining way.”



  
 




































 
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