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Whether they’ve been learning remotely or in school during lockdown, pupils with EAL could find the full reopening challenging.
The management of EAL provision in high-need schools can often require a massive amount of support. So, here are some best-practice classroom strategies to help teachers who may not be so confident around EAL.
Role Model Stories are at the heart of everything DRM does and geography is no longer a barrier. Teachers can now access role model stories and complimentary teacher resources to deliver inspirational and informative LGBT+ lessons in their schools.
We used to believe that if I do well at school, I’ll feel good. We now know that the opposite is true. When I feel good, I do well.
Teaching pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) can bring new perspectives and approaches to problem solving, but it can also pose many challenges. Here are five ways you can transform the experience and help your EAL pupils feel as comfortable as possible.
By Zara Peskett, Assistant Headteacher at Shenley Brook End School, Milton Keynes
Supporting diversity within schools, the profession and NAHT itself
by Penny Rabiger, Director of Engagement for Lyfta
An introduction to Diversity Role Models, our 2020-2021 charity partner.
Upcoming free webinars for June.