Community Village

A list of questions for a bilingual support partner to use when supporting families.
A template for reflection on the quality of your provision and next steps.
An initial Maths assessment for EAL pupils to identify gaps in learning.
An image-based vocabulary booklet for teaching some key maths vocabulary.
A useful checklist for before and during your parents' meetings.
A personal mistakes profile template for marking and giving learners feedback on their written work.
A resource all about Christmas customs around the world. Includes resources for speaking, listening, reading and writing.
An English Language Learning Diary with blank pages to add in your own topics.
Plan collaboratively with your subject-specific colleagues to gain overviews and multi-subject links.
A simple marking code for marking the work of lower-ability groups of EAL learners, which both you and your learners can quickly understand.
This resource includes a class language survey that can be used with your learners to gather information about the languages spoken in their class and how they are used with different people.
A resource all about the language we use to speak about bullying.
Scaffolded flashcards to lead learners in steps from speaking and listening to writing. Topic: Adjectives
Leveled activity bank for non-fiction text engagement, using Bloom's Taxonomy ladders.
Instructions and examples for remote games to engage learners during remote lessons.
This resource includes an activity to hook your secondary school learners into a writing lesson, using a storyboard.
A resource all about Water safety at home and in swimming pools. There are flashcard games and substitution tables ready to use, with extension activities in all areas. Text-based activities build on vocabulary and sentence structures to help your learners deconstruct and reconstruct an original text.
Scaffolded flashcards to lead learners in steps from speaking and listening to writing. Topic: Adverbs
A list of story-telling stages with suggested ideas to excite your learners.