NEW: Guidance and resources for schools and teachers to support pupils who use EAL and their families to help mitigate any learning and language loss experienced during school closures.
Conducting research to understand the impact of language barriers
Supporting frontline practitioners to enhance their skills
Developing innovative and impactful models of support
There is strong evidence that access to wider support and opportunities has been improved either directly through the provision of help e.g. via casework or peer mentoring, or indirectly through the development of English language skills.Independent evaluation
The Criminal Justice Programme seeks to break down the language barrier to accessing justice and rehabilitation for individuals in contact with the criminal justice system for whom English is an Additional Language.