Community Village

A lovely resource which encourages your learners to explore an interesting image and create and discuss their own.

A fun activity to introduce new arrivals or to start the school year. It can be used throughout the year to scaffold learning.
A list of ideas for listening activities that you can use with your learners.
A printable resource about April Fool's Day and fictional news stories that includes resources for speaking, listening, reading and writing.
A great resource about female role models and their characteristics. Includes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. Great for International Women's Day.
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.
Instructions and resources for a collaborative role-play activity with EAL learners in class.
An EAL Wellbeing Resource that introduces EAL learners to the vocabulary and language structures they need to understand and talk about their feelings, and importantly, to access support. It covers simple mental health vocabulary and communication techniques.
A members-only printable resource about Easter traditions that includes resources for speaking, listening, reading and writing.

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.
Need some more EAL games? Find here a number of fun game activities for your EAL and multilingual learners.
List of games to help young learners practise speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Flashcards and substitution tables for learning vocabulary and structures related to healthy eating.
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.
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.
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.
A home-learning minibeasts project for primary pupils.