EAL programme partners

Working in partnership is important to us, and we have developed strong partnerships with a range of academic institutions, charities, specialist EAL organisations and schools to support our work. Together, we aim to build a body of evidence and practical initiatives which support schools in improving the attainment of children with English as an Additional Language.

We are currently working in partnership with organisations including:

Schools partners and Centres of Expertise

  • Co-op Academies Trust
  • Shireland Collegiate Academy and Shireland Research School
  • Luton First Teaching School Alliance and Luton Borough Authority
  • Hartsdown Academy
  • Connect Teaching School Alliance

Charitable partners

  • National Deaf Children's Society
  • Education Endowment Foundation
  • Unbound Philanthropy

Research and university partners

  • Anglia Ruskin University
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Edinburgh and Centre for Racial Equality in Scotland
  • Education Policy Institute
  • King's College London

If you are interested in working with us and would like to find out more about the opportunities for collaboration, please visit the ‘Partner with Us' page.