A useful resource to use with your new arrivals to talk about local or national elections. Includes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities.

A set of printable empathy cards with various reflection questions about language learning and transitional experiences. Works well for learners to get to know each other at the start of the school year, to reflect about experiences or to celebrate international mother tongue day.
A resource all about exercise. Includes resources for speaking, listening, reading and writing.

A useful resource to use with your learners to explore football competitions, with resources for speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Need some more EAL games? Find here a number of fun game activities for your EAL and multilingual learners.
A graphic organiser template for a report text that can be used in a number of different ways.
A resource all about Halloween. Includes flashcards, an early literacy activity and reading comprehension and fluency activities.
Flashcards and substitution tables for learning vocabulary and structures related to healthy eating.
Questions and substitution tables to prepare learners for Science lessons.
This resource includes a holiday learning pack which will give older pupils fun, collaborative and sociable ways of continuing to practise their speaking, listening, reading and writing during the holiday period.
An English Language Learning Diary with blank pages to add in your own topics.
Text-based deconstruction and reconstruction activities for learners. Topic: Hygiene.
Vocabulary for hygiene, infection and cleanliness, using an instructional genre.
This game introduces children, in a fun way, to a variety of languages.
A wonderful array of activity ideas to celebrate International Mother Language Day with your learners, by special guest author Mary Langford.
Scaffolded flashcards and activities to lead learners in steps from speaking and listening to writing. Topic: Learning to learn
Learners will use language structures based around the language of self-assessment. The learner will be introduced to a sliding scale of vocabulary to communicate how much of the lesson or part of the lesson they understood.
Instructions and examples for remote games to engage learners during remote lessons.
A resource all about Mary Seacole, the Jamaican Florence Nightingale. Includes flashcards, an early literacy activity and reading comprehension and fluency activities.
A great little template to guide a new arrival and their mentor through the first few weeks in a new environment.