This branch gives guidance on working with pupils new to English, downloadable teaching materials, and specialist information on Refugee and Asylum Seekers.
Documents created before September 2011 will refer to EMAS or ACTES. Services have been reorganised and addresses will have changed. Contact your local authority for details of their support services.
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/beginners/programmes.htmDeveloped by the Slough RARA to assist schools in supporting pupils who are new to English
An EAL and diversity websites with resources for pupils in many languages: Chinese, Czech, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish, Thaihttp://www.bfinclusion.org.uk/
http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/leisure-and-culture/bristol-black-archives-partnershipThe Bristol Black Archives Partnership (BBAP) protects and promotes the history of African-Caribbean people in Bristol.
http://www.collaborativelearning.org A highly recommend website, collaborative group work is an excellent way to support pupils with EAL, there are numerous resources across all phases and across the curriculum
http://www.the-treasure-box.co.uk/Pages/FreeResources.aspxIncludes a collection of commonly used words and phrases in a variety of languages, Islamic craft activity booklets, language jigsaw puzzles and AfL resources.
Resources for supporting New Arrivals including fans for daily activities, everyday school vocabulary, literacy development and images for creating visual timetables.
EAL Nexus has free teacher resources for primary and secondary scools, also has information for learners and parents https://eal.britishcouncil.org/free-resources-teachers