Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG
01722 336459

EAL (English as an Additional Need)

As a Church of England primary school we adopt the Christian ethos of inclusivity and welcome children from all over the world and from all walks of life. Nearly one third of our pupils are exposed to a language, other than English, at home.  There are 20 different languages, other than English, used by members of our school population.  We acknowledge the value of children being fluent in more than one language and the additional dimension it brings to children's social and cultural development.  

We carefully monitor and track the progress of pupils with EAL to ensure they are not disadvantaged and recognise that a number some of our children require additional support to acquire the same competence in English as in their home language(s).  This support is provided in class through carefully differentiated work and, where appropriate, through the additional support and advice from other agencies. 

 

The following resources and links provide additional support for our EAL parents. 

Understanding English Primary Schools

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Zoom:

Understanding English primary Schools- BENGALI, SPANISHURDU, POLISH, ROMANIAN

Be Bilingual Leaflets - Promoting Home Languages

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Zoom:

Be Bilingual Leaflets - POLISHURDU

How to support your child with learning 

of
Zoom:

Helping your child learn at school- BENGALI, SPANISHURDUPOLISHROMANIANGUJARATI

CELEBRATING DIFFERENT LANGUAGES & CULTURES

Books to read in different languages- Free Kids Books

Learn English through songs, games and videos- British Council

Games to learn English - link

Stories to listen to- Storynory

Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG
01722 336459

EAL (English as an Additional Need)

As a Church of England primary school we adopt the Christian ethos of inclusivity and welcome children from all over the world and from all walks of life. Nearly one third of our pupils are exposed to a language, other than English, at home.  There are 20 different languages, other than English, used by members of our school population.  We acknowledge the value of children being fluent in more than one language and the additional dimension it brings to children's social and cultural development.  

We carefully monitor and track the progress of pupils with EAL to ensure they are not disadvantaged and recognise that a number some of our children require additional support to acquire the same competence in English as in their home language(s).  This support is provided in class through carefully differentiated work and, where appropriate, through the additional support and advice from other agencies. 

 

The following resources and links provide additional support for our EAL parents. 

Understanding English Primary Schools

of
Zoom:

Understanding English primary Schools- BENGALI, SPANISHURDU, POLISH, ROMANIAN

Be Bilingual Leaflets - Promoting Home Languages

of
Zoom:

Be Bilingual Leaflets - POLISHURDU

How to support your child with learning 

of
Zoom:

Helping your child learn at school- BENGALI, SPANISHURDUPOLISHROMANIANGUJARATI

CELEBRATING DIFFERENT LANGUAGES & CULTURES

Books to read in different languages- Free Kids Books

Learn English through songs, games and videos- British Council

Games to learn English - link

Stories to listen to- Storynory

Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG
01722 336459

EAL (English as an Additional Need)

As a Church of England primary school we adopt the Christian ethos of inclusivity and welcome children from all over the world and from all walks of life. Nearly one third of our pupils are exposed to a language, other than English, at home.  There are 20 different languages, other than English, used by members of our school population.  We acknowledge the value of children being fluent in more than one language and the additional dimension it brings to children's social and cultural development.  

We carefully monitor and track the progress of pupils with EAL to ensure they are not disadvantaged and recognise that a number some of our children require additional support to acquire the same competence in English as in their home language(s).  This support is provided in class through carefully differentiated work and, where appropriate, through the additional support and advice from other agencies. 

 

The following resources and links provide additional support for our EAL parents. 

Understanding English Primary Schools

of
Zoom:

Understanding English primary Schools- BENGALI, SPANISHURDU, POLISH, ROMANIAN

Be Bilingual Leaflets - Promoting Home Languages

of
Zoom:

Be Bilingual Leaflets - POLISHURDU

How to support your child with learning 

of
Zoom:

Helping your child learn at school- BENGALI, SPANISHURDUPOLISHROMANIANGUJARATI

CELEBRATING DIFFERENT LANGUAGES & CULTURES

Books to read in different languages- Free Kids Books

Learn English through songs, games and videos- British Council

Games to learn English - link

Stories to listen to- Storynory

Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG
01722 336459

EAL (English as an Additional Need)

As a Church of England primary school we adopt the Christian ethos of inclusivity and welcome children from all over the world and from all walks of life. Nearly one third of our pupils are exposed to a language, other than English, at home.  There are 20 different languages, other than English, used by members of our school population.  We acknowledge the value of children being fluent in more than one language and the additional dimension it brings to children's social and cultural development.  

We carefully monitor and track the progress of pupils with EAL to ensure they are not disadvantaged and recognise that a number some of our children require additional support to acquire the same competence in English as in their home language(s).  This support is provided in class through carefully differentiated work and, where appropriate, through the additional support and advice from other agencies. 

 

The following resources and links provide additional support for our EAL parents. 

Understanding English Primary Schools

of
Zoom:

Understanding English primary Schools- BENGALI, SPANISHURDU, POLISH, ROMANIAN

Be Bilingual Leaflets - Promoting Home Languages

of
Zoom:

Be Bilingual Leaflets - POLISHURDU

How to support your child with learning 

of
Zoom:

Helping your child learn at school- BENGALI, SPANISHURDUPOLISHROMANIANGUJARATI

CELEBRATING DIFFERENT LANGUAGES & CULTURES

Books to read in different languages- Free Kids Books

Learn English through songs, games and videos- British Council

Games to learn English - link

Stories to listen to- Storynory