EAL: Leader Network

  • 30th Sep 2024
  • Online
  • EAL
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Subject Leadership
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Non-members From £0.00+VAT
Overview

A twilight session with the EAL Academy for EAL coordinators in primary schools.

The EAL Leader Network allows EAL leaders to share good practice with each other under the guidance of a highly experienced EAL Leader.

5.10.23

This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils who are completely New to English, exploring good practice in preparing for their arrival as well as helpful induction procedures to ensure pupils settle quickly.

22.2.24

This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils at the early stages of acquiring English - beginning to 'find their feet' and communicate but needing considerable support to feel included and to access classroom tasks

We will share successful approaches and invite you to bring along ideas you've found helpful as well as challenges we can discuss together. You'll return to your school equipped with practical ideas to support EAL pupiis at the early stages of acquiring English - to use in your classroom and to share with colleagues

16.5.24

The EAL Leader Network allows EAL leaders to share good practice with each other under the guidance of a highly experienced EAL Leader. This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils who seemingly communicate easily but who can struggle with the more academic language of classroom discussions and texts.

About The Course

A twilight session with the EAL Academy for EAL coordinators in primary schools.

The EAL Leader Network allows EAL leaders to share good practice with each other under the guidance of a highly experienced EAL Leader.

5.10.23

This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils who are completely New to English, exploring good practice in preparing for their arrival as well as helpful induction procedures to ensure pupils settle quickly.

22.2.24

This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils at the early stages of acquiring English - beginning to 'find their feet' and communicate but needing considerable support to feel included and to access classroom tasks

We will share successful approaches and invite you to bring along ideas you've found helpful as well as challenges we can discuss together. You'll return to your school equipped with practical ideas to support EAL pupiis at the early stages of acquiring English - to use in your classroom and to share with colleagues

16.5.24

The EAL Leader Network allows EAL leaders to share good practice with each other under the guidance of a highly experienced EAL Leader. This session will focus specifically on those EAL pupils who seemingly communicate easily but who can struggle with the more academic language of classroom discussions and texts.

What Teachers Say

"The training delivered by Catherine was excellent. The style of delivery allowing participants to interact and contribute and the sharing of ideas and resources to for further support in school were extremely well received." Fay Jackson, Haringey Education Partnership.

About the Programme Leader

The EAL Academy - school improvement specialists and leaders in the fields of academic literacy, ethnic minority achievement and English as an additional language

Catherine Brennan has worked as an Ethnic Minority Achievement advisor and EAL trainer in London, Bristol and surrounding areas for over 20 years, right across the age range from the EYFS to Key Stage 4. More recently, she has facilitated training and provided consultancy across England, with online teaching expertise developed since 2018.

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Non-member / Partner School Price
30th Sep 2024
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£40.00+VAT / Free
27th Jan 2025
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£40.00+VAT / Free
28th Apr 2025
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
Free / Free