My EAL pupils speak English well and with a good local accent, but as soon as they start writing it’s obvious English is not their first language. What do I do?
Achieving consistency of EAL practice across classrooms
How can we help?
Whether you are just getting started with your EAL strategy or have an established approach which just needs some tweaks, we can help.
From our popular EAL Handbook and online courses, to our bespoke training and consultancy, we have the experience and tools to help.
Leading EAL in primary schools
Leading EAL in secondary schools
EAL in an international school context
Our EAL Handbook contains plenty of helpful information and tools to support more advanced EAL learners.
Teaching more advanced learners of English
– Developing the skills of more experienced learners of EAL
– Building and securing vocabulary
– Suggestions for listening activities
– Suggestions for speaking activities
– Suggestions for reading activities
– Suggestions for writing activities
How do you start a sentence about the causes of the second world war?
Writing about data language
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A six month, part time course accredited by the University of Greenwich. Available units include Assessment & tracking’, ‘Advanced EAL learners’, ‘EAL in an international school context’ & ‘Plurilingualism’.
Our consultancy work is grounded in a deep understanding of what makes a school tick in a multicultural setting, rigorous analysis of data, and a thoughtful appreciation of the context…
Our training takes many different forms, all firmly rooted in whole school development, empowering teachers and leaders to effect change throughout the school…
As a support to our consultancy and training work, we have a developed a number of resources for teaching staff and schools, available for purchase or to download for free…